- Scientific Name: Cestrum aurantiacum Lindl.
- Ref: Bot. Reg. 30 (Misc.):71. 1844
- English Common Name: orange cestrum, yellow cestrum, orange-flowering jessamine
- Chinese Common Name: 黄花夜香树 huánghuā yèxiāng∙shù, 黄花洋素馨 huánghuā yáng∙sùxīn
- Japanese Common Name: キチョウジ [黄丁字/黄丁子] kichōji
- Family: Solanaceae
- Genus: Cestrum
- Distribution: Guangdong [native to Central America].
- Photo: 04/19/2013, Chenshan Botanical Garden, Shanghai
Shrubs, pubescent on young growth, glabrescent. Petiole 1-1.4 cm; leaf blade ovate or elliptic, 4-7 × 2-4 cm. Inflorescences erect, terminal or axillary racemose panicles; bracts deciduous, leaflike, to 7 mm. Pedicel ca. 1 mm. Calyx campanulate, ca. 6 mm, sometimes with 5 prominent longitudinal ribs; teeth ca. 1 mm, often somewhat unequal. Corolla golden yellow, 1.4-2 cm, gradually expanded upwards, glabrous, lobes 3-4 mm. Filaments denticulate, pubescent at point of insertion. Berry white, ovoid, 7-11 mm; persistent calyx often splitting. Seeds ca. 4. (Flora of China)