Jumellea comorensis - the fragrant white flowers have really long nectaries

 Jumellea comorensis
     This species is native to the Comoro Islands; hence the name. Unlike some of the Jumelleas (e.g. arachnanthes), comorensis are very manageable sized plants. We have a “big, old” one in bloom in the greenhouse - and it’s 12" tall and is in a 3-1/2" pot. They can grow taller, but don’t need to be more than a few inches tall to begin blooming. The blossoms of Jumelleas are quite similar; white, quite star shaped with rather long nectaries - and these are fragrant. Choice little plants!!!