Orange Champaca resembles white champaca (see description); typically growing to about 25 - 40 feet tall, it can be much larger in habitat. It has an upright, rounded to tapered crown and bark that is gray or grayish white and smooth to lightly furrowed. Leaves are bright green, glossy, elliptical, wavy edged, evergreen up to 14 inches long. Flowers are borne at the branch ends, are white to yellow to orange, very aromatic, star-shaped blooms, narrow-petaled and about 2 1/2 inches long. Flowers contain a sweet-smelling oil used in perfume. Fruits are clustered along an oblong stalk, brown in color, containing scarlet or brown seeds; the seeds have an aril which attract birds. Seeds or cuttings are used for propagation. The wood is soft, even-grained, dark-brown and olive colored, utilized for furniture and construction. The leaves and fruits have medicinal uses. In cultivation, orange champaca prefers moist, well-drained good quality soils. In landscaping, this showy flowering, very fragrant evergreen is recommended for shade gardens, as an accent tree in parks, in courtyards, large planters and conservatories.