Araujia are a genus within the Apocynaceae family, native to South America. It was first described as a genus in 1817.
Araujia are tender, evergreen climbing shrubs that are most commonly known as the cruel plant. The reason behind their common name is due to their intense fragrance which attracts night moths that seek nectar. The flowers are designed to then trap unsuspecting moths. Long twining stems display highly attractive and fragrant flowers throughout summer and autumn. These are followed on with inflated fruits that contain silky-tufted seeds.
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