This plant has a strong fragrance
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Bastard jasmine Overview
Cestrum is a genus containing mostly evergreen and some deciduous shrubs, commonly grown for their showy, funnel-shaped, scented flowers, which develop into purple-red berries. All parts of these plants are toxic to ingest. Leaves are simple, alternate, and sometimes possess an unpleasant smell. They are native to woodland areas in Mexico, Central and South America and can grow to heights of 1-4m.
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Grown for their showy flowers.