Olea dioica Roxb.
Synonym                    : Tetrapilus dioicus (Roxb.) L.A.S. Johnson
Family                        : Oleaceae
Local Names              : Karivetti

Flowering and fruiting period: November – April
Distribution: Native to India
Habitat: Semi-evergreen and moist deciduous forests, also in the plains
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: Yes
Uses: Avenue plant, remedy for fever 
Key Characters: Olea dioica are trees with bark grey or brown, rough, shallowly vertically grooved. Leaves simple, opposite, elliptic-oblong or elliptic lanceolate, margin serrate, pink when young. Flowers polygamo-dioecious, creamy-white, small, in panicles, axillary or from leafless nodes, male panicles larger and denser than hermaphrodite. Calyx 4 teethed. Corolla lobes 4, shorter than the tube. Stamens 2, included. Ovary 2-celled, superior; stigma capitate. Fruit a drupe, ellipsoid, blue.