Murraya koenigii a handsome, aromatic, more or less dicidous shrub or small tree,
Murraya koenigii a handsome, aromatic, more or less deciduous shrub or small tree, up to 2.5 metres height and 15-40 cm. in diam, found almost black; leaves bipinnate Leaflet 9-25, ovate, lanceolate or somewhat rhomboid, irregularly crenate-dentate, acuminate, obtuse or acute, base usually oblique, almost glabrous above, pubescent beneath, glanddottted, strongly aromatic; flowers in terminal corymbose cymes, white, fragrant; berries sub-globose or ellipsoid, purplish black when ripe, 2-seeded. Fruits, round to oblong, 1.4 to 1.6 cm long, 1 to 1.2 cm in diameter; weight, 880 mg; volume, 895 microlitres; fully ripe fruits, black with a very shining surface; pulp, Wistaria blue 640/2; the number of fruits per cluster varying from 32 to 80. Seed, one in each fruit, 11 mm long, 8 mm in diameter, colour spinach green 0960/3; weight, 445 mg; volume, 460 microlitres.