literally meaning "The Garden of Heaven"

Myctanthes arbor-tristis Linn

Vernacular Name: Gangasiuli, Singadahara (O); Harsingar (H, Beng.); Night Jasmine (E).

Small tree; branchlets 4-angular, often drooping. Leaves ovate, entire or coarsely toothed, acute or acuminate, puberulous, very scabrous. Flowers white with orange corolla tube, fragrant, night-flowering. Capsule elliptic or obovoid, compressed, glabrous. Seeds orbicular.
Commonly planted in gardens and temple premises; frequent in dry forests.
Flowering : September - October
Fruiting : December - January