A few months back, I started a post on Tabernaemontana africana (syn. T. holstii, T. pachysiphon). At that time, I also wanted to follow through and post on additional species of Tabernaemontana that I have been working with and growing fond of over the last year or so. So today I finally went through some pics and decided to post on T. pandacaqui, commonly referred to as banana bush; although there is nothing common about this plant in the Florida Keys anyway. I purchased these plants in 7 gal pots 1 1/2 years ago. They were about 18" tall by 24" wide at the time. They are now 4' tall by about 5' wide. What I can tell you about these plants is that they will thrive in full or partial sun. The more sun, the more bloom and more rapid growth. They have a milky white bark with matte green leaves that are about 3 inches long. The blooms are small. Maybe a 1/4 inch or so. But they are bright white, cluster in great numbers, and are very sweetly scented. I haven't experience any pest issues with these either. Decent sun, average water and fertilizer will keep these beauties very happy. Pruning requirements are minimal. A great plant for smaller spaces with sweet fragrance the whole year round. Always full of leaf too, no mass defoliation. If you can find them, I suggest putting at least one of these in your garden.