The majestic Ulmo aka Eucryphia cordifolia in the family Cunoniaceae. It is a large evergreen tree growing up to 40 meters or 130 feet and native to the Valdivian rainforest.
The bark is multi colored in greens, grays, and pinks. They always seem to grow in a cluster of trunks maybe 6-8 but I don’t know if they are separate trees or a multi trunk tree.
The evergreen leaves are thick, leathery, and hairy. The leaves are opposite but form a whirling pattern down the stem.
There are only 4 white petals with a bunch of stamen in the middle. It blooms in late summer here, March, and the smell is very fragrant. The whole tree is a mass of buzzing as it attracts many insects especially the honey bee. Ulmo honey is very popular.
And the fruit is a hard dried capsule. Once dried and open the seeds are dispersed by the wind.
last photo courtesy of wikipedia