Have you seen this flower or plant before?
Update: The secret has been revealed ! - see comments.
The flowers look like Jasmine while the fruits are red like berries and they grow from the smooth branches and tree trunk!
There is not much information available, so I hope you can help me.
Red berries attached to the tree trunk. Maybe these are poisonous and used by the Orang Asli (aborigines of the land)???
Some sources of information says the plant is from Sumatra, Indonesia while others report that it is found in Central Celebes, Sulawesi, New Guinea, Philippines and Borneo. Some even call it 'gora hutan' and 'gaharu buaya' (crocodile agarwood) in malay but it may not be the correct common name.* and emerge directly from the branch. Where's the flower stalk?
This evergreen shrub is grown at the rooftop Secret Garden of 1-Utama by Dr. Francis Ng, who had won the David Fairchild Award for botanical exploration 2009.
* hemaphrodite - bisexual or perfect flowers that have both male and female reproductive structures
My post today is dedicated to Mr Costas Tzagaratas from Greece of Nature Digital blog. His latest post is featuring beautiful spring flowers.
This is my entry for Today's Flowers #89. To view other participants around the world, click here.