The Water Jasmine is a tropical tree species which is native to China, Indochine and Malaysia and can become up to 20 ft tall. It has a smooth grey bark and prominent surface roots. In Southeast Asian countries the water jasmine is often used for bonsai. It has light green lanceolate leaves which are arranged in an opposite pattern. The flowers are white, pendulous, and fragrant. If they are pollinated by insects, long green seed pods develop which look like pairs of beans. It is planted in many temples and house gardens.
* Kindly take note when you're purchasing matching pot, the diameter has to be larger than the rootball size.