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Sorry this is like my 5th time asking but i have a lot of plants i want to identify.

I live in southern california and this tree is in my backyard, my soil is composed of mostly dirt and clay, any ideas??

the leaf and seed heads



the tree
 
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I believe it is a California Pepper tree. Schinus molle. Very hardy.
 
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Cool thanks
 
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