This plant is a cultivar from single-flowered Crape Jasmine (Ervatamin coronaria)
endemic to India. It can grow 2 to 3 m in height.
A white double flower resembling Common Gardenia (Gardenia jasminoides) blooms
at the tip of the stem and the axil which releases a pleasant scent from the evening to dawn.
Single-flowered Crape Jasmine contains indole alkaloids, for example ervatamine, which has the same effect as tetrodotoxine;
this plant needs careful handling.
| Classification ||Apocynaceae Tabernaemontana|
| Scientific name ||Ervatamin coronaria 'Flore Pleno'|
| Japanese name ||Yae-san'yuka|
| English name ||Crape Jasmine|
| Native locality ||---|
Ecological description ||Evergreen shrub|
| RDB ||---|
| Planting place ||Sun Gallery|