Answer: Murraya paniculata is the faster growing orange jessamine, and is often used as a hedging plant. It will reach 6-15' tall and wide. There's a dwarf variety, sometimes sold as M. exotica. This plant is slower growing, more upright, and more compact than the species. It reaches about 6' in height and 4' in width. It's leaves are a lighter shade of green and have smaller, stiffer leaflets. If it's a fast-growing, tall hedge you desire, choose M. paniculata.
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