You see a lot of these trees in Singapore. They are usually planted as hedges and that means that they often get a “haircut”. However, if left alone, they can grow into a proper tree with creamy-white flowers.
The “Kelat Paya” is popular because of the orange colour of its young leaves.
Have you visited the Jacob Ballas children’s garden? The maze there is made of Syzygium campanulatum!