From Bot. Repos.
Jasmine with the foot-stalks of the leaves jointed; egg-shaped leaves, growing opposite, shining and simple; flowers grow in umbels; the segments of the blossom are blunt and waved.
Published in Bot. Repos. 2: 127 in 1800.
From Norfolk Island. Seeds were first received in England in 1792.
Synonym of Jasminum simplicifolium subsp. australiense P.S.Green