Someone cut and trashed this pretty young tree in July of last year. I brought it home to take pictures in the hopes of learning more about it. It has a small, distinct, membranous pith (not hollow or chambered). There was a sweet, somewhat minty smell to the cross sections. The leaves are smooth, shiny and grow in rings of 6. The bark is a sandy brown with small warts that gives way in streaks to a smooth, shiny green in the smaller, younger branches. Thanks for any help with an ID.