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What is this plants with cup like flowers? Are the cups flowers or something else?

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  • Where are you located? Is this your plant? If so what was the colour of the flower? Anything particular about them that stood-out? – GardenGems Dec 20 '19 at 7:42
  • The flowers are white. This is how I received the plant. @GardenGems – 4-K Jan 11 at 16:34
  • Thank you for telling me the colour. Can you tell me what part of the world you are located? Is this an indoor or outdoor plant? Knowing your location makes it easier for others to narrow down the possibilities. – GardenGems Jan 11 at 18:49
  • @GardenGems It is in New Delhi. I was told it's an indoor plant. – 4-K Jan 16 at 17:11
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    I'm sorry. I feel like i know what it is, but I still can not think of a name. One day it will come to me. By then it will probably have bloomed for you. Then you will know what it is or someone will. – GardenGems Jan 16 at 19:44
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I think it's a Cestrum nocturnum' or night blooming jasmine which has finished flowering. If the flowers are successfully pollinated, then berries will be produced, so it looks like yours weren't pollinated. It's a tropical climber and grows wild outdoors in places like the Caribbean, but can be kept as a houseplant, though it does need repotting periodically to allow it to grow on a bit. Information on this plant here https://homeguides.sfgate.com/nightblooming-jasmine-plant-care-38078.html

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  • I checked images for the night blooming jasmine, and the plant looks different. Are you sure it is NBJ? – 4-K Dec 17 '19 at 17:00
  • I have added blooming pics. Is it Golden Penda? – 4-K Jun 2 at 11:15

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