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Cestrum (jessamine)

Wikipedia Abstract

Cestrum is a genus of - depending on authority - 150-250 species of flowering plants in the family Solanaceae. They are native to warm temperate to tropical regions of the Americas, from the southernmost United States south to the Bío-Bío Region in central Chile. They are colloquially known as cestrums or jessamines (from "jasmine", due to their fragant flowers). They are shrubs growing to 1–4 m tall. Most are evergreen, a few are deciduous.
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Cestrum alternifolium (alternateleaf jessamine) (Attributes)
Cestrum aurantiacum (orange jessamine) (Attributes)
Cestrum chimborazinum (Endangered)
Cestrum daphnoides
Cestrum dielsii (Endangered)
Cestrum diurnum (day flowering jassamine) (Attributes)
Cestrum elegans
Cestrum fasciculatum (early jessamine) (Attributes)
Cestrum fastigiatum <Unverified Name>
Cestrum laurifolium (galen del monte) (Attributes)
Cestrum megalophyllum (Attributes)
Cestrum nocturnum (night jasmine) (Invasive) (Attributes)
Cestrum parqui (Chilean jessamine) (Attributes)
Cestrum putens <Unverified Name>
Cestrum racemosum (Attributes)
Cestrum salicifolium (pussywillow jessamine) (Attributes)
Cestrum tipocochense (Critically Endangered)


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