Fagraea berteriana var. ladronica

Family: Gentianaceae

Form: Slender tree that can reach up to 15m

Stem: Bark is gray and slightly ascending fleshly branches

Leaves: Thin, papery, obovate leaves, 8-20 cm x 5-10 cm, short petioles with basal flaps

Flower: Cylindrical flowers having thick white petals with lobes overlapping to the right. Flower occur on terminal or subterminal comes branching out into 3-4 inflorescences. Fragrant flower.

Fruit: Globose-ellipsoid, usually succulent, with a firm, glossy skin, about 25-30mm long.

Propagation: Seeds or stem cuttings

Habitat: Edges of limestone forests