Jasminum nudiflorum or commonly called winter jasmine ( scientific name: Jasminum nudiflorum ) is native to China, and it is a deciduous small shrub of the Oleaceae. Branched branches crawl over the ground and bloom many yellow high cups. The corolla is split 5-6 at the tip. Leaves come out after flowers. The Japanese name "Ou bai" blossoms during the plum blossom season, depending on the fact that flowers resemble plums and yellow. There is no fragrance in the flowers. There is no fragrance in the flowers. Flower language is "blessing".
Generic name: winter jasmine , Scientific name: Jasminum nudiflorum, aka: winter jasmine, Place of origin: China, Life type: small shrub, tree height: 1 to 5 m, Leaf order: alternate, leaf color: green, leaf shape: feathered double leaf, leaf shape: ovoid to elliptical, leaf length: 2 to 3 cm, flower diameter: 2 - 2.5 cm, flowering period: January to March, place where flowers come out: axilla, flower color: yellow, flower shape: high cup, use: garden plant, park planting, herbal medicine.