Another one of my cherished scented plants is Tabernaemontana Africana, which is also synonymous for T. Holstii and T. Pachysyphon. I have also heard it called Samoan Gardenia. It is an amazing mid sized shrub that produces large 3 to 4 inch pure white blooms that perfume the air with their incredible vanilla spice scent. The blooms are pinwheel like and twisted, adding another dimension visually to an already gorgeous flower. The foliage is ovate and usually glossy green as long as they are getting the sun they want, leaves measuring around 3 to 4 inches as well. While these can live in shadier environments, I have seen them thrive and bloom regularly throughout the year if they are getting good amounts of direct to full sun. Occasional pruning or pinching is recommended to keep the shrub more full in its nature, but not to be done too frequently as to suppress the blooms. Other than an occasional aphid interest, I have not experienced much of any pest issues. Regular fertilizing and water will create for much happier plants too. Situate one near a sitting area, or on a walking path placed between some crotons to really pack a punch in the garden. Even the break of foliage and contrast in the pic here next to the Ae Ae banana gives an example of how they can make other plants really stand out. I first saw this plant at the Hawaiian Botanical Tropical Garden, and was on a mission to have one since. I have purchased a few from a grower in Hilo in 4 inch pots that were small to start, but they grew nicely once well rooted and put in a larger container. I have since found some South Florida sources for these, and they are much bigger to start than my 4 inchers. Mine are now in 7 gal containers, and I have one planted at a clients property. If you have a sunny spot in your piece of paradise, I would strongly suggest putting one of these in to perfume the air and and beautify your surroundings. DypsisDean, are you familiar with this one?