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Published In: Botanist's Repository, for new, and rare plants 8: pl. 496. 1807. (Bot. Repos.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library

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Acceptance : Accepted
Project Data     (Last Modified On 6/3/2011)
Flower/Fruit: Fl. Per.: December-April and also during the rains.
Distribution: Distribution: Pakistan, India, from Himalaya to Ceylon and Tenasserim, Burma, China. Apparently wild in the lower hills up to 1200 m. from the Ravi eastwards; Nakial in Mirpur (RRS), Udhampur, Billawar and Jumu (Lambert).
Comment/Acknowledgements: Frequently cultivated.
Photo: Jasminum multiflorum (Burm. f.) Andrews (Photo)
Map Location: B-7 Muzaffarabad, Kishenganga Vy., 2000 ft., Jan Mohd. 98 (RAW); D-8 Lahore Dist.: Shandara near Lahore, Dr. Islam, s.n., Sept. 1957 (RAW). G-5 Hyderabad, Saida Qureshi, s.n. (KUH).


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Shrub scandent. Branchlets, pedicels and calyx densely fulvous-villous. Leaves opposite, simple, ovate, acuminate, upper surface pubescent, becoming glabrous, ventral tomentose or pubescent, especially on the nerves; petiole stout, tomentose. Flowers sessile or subsessile, in dense capitate cymes, at the tips of dwarf lateral branchletes or axillary, fragrant. Calyx teeth 6-9, linear, c. 1 cm long. Corolla white, tube slender, exceeding the calyx, lobes 6-9, oblong-lanceolate, acute, 1-2 cm long. Berry simple or didymous, ellipsoid, c. 1 cm long, black when ripe, surrounded by the long hairy calyx teeth.
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