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Murraya paniculata

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Murray Exotica commonly known as Chinese box, Mock orange, satinwood,Madhu Kamini, is a tropical, evergreen shrub or small tree .This plant bearing small, white, scented flowers, which is 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 aromatic orange-like fragrance. The dark green leaves make a dramatic backdrop for the highly fragrant cream colored 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.

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Kamini is native of india. It grows tall, having very pretty fragrant white flower which is small in size. The flowers are extremely delicate, as when tried to pluck, the petals fall of immedieately. The dense foliage is beautiful dark green and glossy, and is also used for cut foliage. It can be used as hedges and for screening plant it need sunlight It can also be used for making Bonsai's. Uses: Traditionally, Murraya paniculata is used both in traditional medicine as an analgesic and for wood (for tool handles). In the West, Murraya paniculata is cultured as an ornamental tree or hedge because of its hardiness, wide range of soil tolerance (M. paniculata may grow in alkaline, clayey, sandy, acidic and loamy soils), and is suitable for larger hedges. The plant flowers throughout the year and produces small, fragrant flower clusters which attract bees, while the fruits attract small frugivorous birds.[9] Honey bee farms have been known to plant Orange Jessamine near bee hives[citation needed]. Serving not only as food for the bees but as protection from harsh winds. Honey collected from bee hive colonies that collect pollen from orange jessamines, have a tangy sweet orange undertone[

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