Night and Day Blooming Jasmine
Cestrum nocturnum (Night Blooming Jasmine) and Cestrum diurnum (Day Blooming Jasmine) are not actually related to true jasmines but rather they are members of the Solanaceae Family like tomato plants. They are very fragrant like jasmines so I suppose that is the reason for the common name. Night blooming jasmine is a shrub that can reach 12-15′ with small greenish-white pointed five petaled flowers in clusters giving off a sweet fragrance during the night hours. Its counterpart, day blooming jasmine, has a very similar growth habit, but its flowers are small rounded and white. they are also five petaled, but unlike night blooming jasmine its flowers give off a sweet fragrance during the day.
Richard Lyons Nursery has both of these plants in stock.