Ehretia microphylla, synonym Carmona retusa, also known as the Fukien tea tree or Philippine tea tree, is a species of flowering plant in the borage family, Boraginaceae.
The Fukien tea tree is indigenous to Southeast Asia. It is distinguished by almost year-round white flowers that are small in structure. Blooms give way to small red, black or green berries that are akin to miniature rosehips. The deep green leaves are dainty and lustrous. They are covered with tiny hairs. In nature, Ehretia microphylla is a shrub growing to 4 m height, with long, straggling, slender branches. In cultivation, it can be used to make a bonsai tree.