Answer: Syzygium paniculatum, the Brush Cherry, can reach heights of 30'-60' unless clipped back on an annual basis. It's a moderately fast grower, especially in rich, moist, well-draining soils. It makes an excellent hedge, but has a thick root system which will crowd out nearby plants, and the dropping fruit can be messy if planted near pavement.
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