Dwarf Kamini, Mini Tagar – Plant
Kamini commonly known as Murray Exotica, Chinese box, Mock orange, satinwood, is a tropical, evergreen shrub or small tree. This plant bears small, white, scented flowers grown as an ornamental tree or hedge. The plant flowers throughout the year. Its leaves are glabrous and glossy. The flowers are white bell-shaped with an aromatic orange-like fragrance. The dark green leaves make a dramatic backdrop for the highly fragrant cream-coloured flowers. The flowers are followed by small oval red fruits with one or two seeds. This plant is closely related to Citrus and bears small orange to red fruit resembling kumquat. The shrub is usually propagated from seed.
the Kamini is local to the Indian subcontinent and China. Although mostly found in the Eastern part of the nation, it is generally utilized in gardens as a supporting plant. The thick cover of lustrous green leaves permits the bush to be pruned intently. The propensity of the bushes to sprout on the new wood makes them even more magnificent when they burst into blossom half a month after they are pruned.