Jasminum molle R.Br.
Brown, R. (1810) Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae : 521. Type: Northern Australia, R. Brown; holo: BM?.
Jasmine, Native; Native Jasmine; Jasmine, Hairy; Hairy Jasmine
Usually flowers and fruits as a shrub but can grow as a vine.
Flowers strongly perfumed. Calyx lobes four to six, each about 0.2-1.5 mm long, fused to form a tube about 1 mm long. Corolla five or six-lobed, each lobe about 6-10 mm long, corolla tube about 8-16 mm long. Anthers linear, about 3.5 mm long. Style about 4 mm long(?). Stigma linear, about 2 mm long.
Cataphylls about 2-4, produced before the first true leaves. At the tenth leaf stage: leaf blades +/- ovate with an articulation or pulvinus about midway between the leaf base and the stem.