Swaziland's Alien Plants Database

Cestrum aurantiacum Lindl.
yellow cestrum, orange cestrum, orange jessamine, orange flowering jessamine
Invasive, Potential problem species
Origin: South America
Growth Form: Shrub
Plant Description: Plant: Much-branched, sparsely hairy or glabrous, evergreen, half-climbing shrub 1–2(–6) m high; stems and leaves bruise easily, emitting an unpleasant smell. Leaves: Light green, ovate, up to 130 mm long x 70 mm wide. Flowers: Orange-yellow, tubular, in axillary and terminal clusters, October–May. Fruit: Small, white, globose, spongy berries.
Key Features:
Control: chemical, herbicides painted, physical method require the removal of entire plant
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