Botanical name: Jasminum coarctatum Family: Oleaceae (Jasmine family)
Synonyms: Jasminum coarctatum var. coarctatum, Jasminum rigidum, Jasminum reticulatum
Crowded-Flower Jasmine is a climbing shrub, velvet-hairy. Leaves are 8 x 3 cm, ovate-lanceolate, tip pointed to long-pointed, hairy, stalk 1 cm, velvet-hairy. Flowers are borne in cymes at branch ends and in leaf axils. Bracts are ovate, bracteoles linear. Sepal tube is 2 mm, 7-lobed, 5 mm, linear, curled, pubescent. Flower tube is 2.5 cm long, petals 7, twisted, 1.5 cm long. Ovary is 1 mm across, style 7 mm, stigma club-shaped. Crowded-Flower Jasmine is found in Peninsular India and Sri Lanka. Flowering: January-June.
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