Jasminum didymum subsp. racemosum (F.Muell.) P.S.Green
Green, P.S. (1984) Allertonia 3 : 411.
Jasmine, Native; Native Jasmine
Usually grows into a slender woody vine, but can also flower and fruit as a shrub.
Cataphylls (2-4 alternate) sometimes produced before the first pair of true leaves. First pair of true leaves simple, about 10-12 x 6-7 mm, or trifoliolate with the middle leaflet about 10-15 x 3-5 mm. Upper and lower leaflet surfaces clothed in short hairs. At the tenth leaf stage: leaves trifoliolate, the middle leaflet ovate, much larger than the elliptic lateral leaflets, leaflets three-veined towards the base, lateral veins two to four on each side of the midrib, midrib depressed on the upper surface. Terminal bud, stem and petiole clothed in short, erect, pale hairs which are visible with a lens.