Murraya paniculata is a small, tropical, evergreen tree
Kamini flowers have an aromatic orange-like fragrance. Native to India, Kamini is a large, multi-trunked shrub, but can grow to become a small tree. It can be pruned and also grown as garden hedge! The evergreen leaflets are dark green and pinnately compound with three to nine leaflets arranged alternately along the spine. The dark green leaves make a dramatic backdrop for the highly fragrant cream colored flowers. The shrub blooms most of the year. The flowers are followed by small oval red fruits with one or two seeds. The shrub is usually propagated from seed.
The plant flowers throughout the year
Murraya paniculata is a small, tropical, evergreen tree or shrub growing up to 12 meters, but usually remains significantly smaller (typically 2 to 3 meters). The plant flowers throughout the year. Its leaves and glossy, occurring in 3-7 oddly which are elliptic to cuneate-obovate to rhombic with a smooth or notched edge with a length of up to 5 cm. When grated, the leaves develop a citrus-like smell.
Few-flowered, dense and fragrant. Petals are 12–18 mm long, recurved and white (or fading cream). The pleasantly fragrant flowers are five-fold with a double flower envelope. The five sepals are ovate to lanceolate with a length of up to 2 mm. The fruit of Murraya paniculata is fleshy, oblong-ovoid, coloured red to orange and grows up to 1 inch in length. our garden & other supplier are a good for us through online.