Longshot…

Longshot…

Need help with plant ID. I may have a photo of a branch later, but right now all I have is a vague description, just kinda hoping someone has an idea what it is. It's a tree, maybe 10-15' in height, probably an heirloom style or at least older variety, as it grows in older areas around town. (Mid 1800's-early 1900's plantings?) Hardy in the Pacific Northwest, temps down to maybe 15f at the absolute lowest, more like 30f most years. Soft leaves, greyish green, mildly fuzzy but not as much as say an African Violet leaves are. The key feature is white, five-petaled, star-shaped flowers in the fall (Septemberish/early Octoberish) that turn pinkish later, and then have a purple berry/seed in the center of each. The blooms smell like jasmine, very very strongly, and are perhaps the size of a nickel. Realize that's not much to go on, but anyone recognize it, even have a place to start looking? EDIT: My mom doesn't recognize the difference between petals and sepals. The bright pink, five-pointed star was the sepals, with a blue-purple berry in the middle. It's a "Glory Bower", or that's one common name of it. Clerodendron. Pic here: http://www.brokenarrownursery.com/clero_trich.html The City Forester was the one who called it. Yay! Thanks!
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