Sabia parviflora Wall., Fl. Ind. 2: 310 (1824) (syn: Celastrus discolor H.Lév. ; Celastrus esquirolii H.Lév. ; Changiodendron guangxiense R.H.Miao ; Sabia harmandiana Pierre ; Sabia parviflora var. harmandiana (Pierre) Lecomte ; Sabia parviflora var. nitidissima H.Lév. ; Sabia polyantha Hand.-Mazz. );
Nepal to S. China and Indo-China, N. Borneo: Assam, Borneo, China South-Central, China Southeast, East Himalaya, Laos, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam as per POWO;

Evergreen. Leaves ovate -elliptic, 5-9(-12) x 1.5-3(-5)cm, acuminate, base cuneate or rounded, ± glabrous, veins 6-9 pairs. Cymes solitary, axillary, 1.5-8cm, 4-25(-35)-flowered, very slender. Sepals ovate-lanceolate, c 3 x 1mm. Petals greenish-yellow or white, lanceolate, 3-4.5 x 1mm. Stamens c 2mm. Style conical c 1-1.5mm. Fruit obovoid or subglobose, ± compressed, c 8mm long and broad.
Fl. April-May
Subtropical and warm broad-leaved forests.
(Attributions: A.C.J Grierson & D.G Long. Flora of Bhutan. Published by RBGE. 1991)

SK 3701 14 March 2023: 7 very high res. images.

Location: Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
Date: 11 March 2023
Altitude: 1936m.
Habitat : Wild 
According to efn : Woody climbers, up to 6 m tall and Fl. May, fr. Jul., for Sabia campanulata Wall. ex Roxb.,  or according to BSI : Evergreen, scandent shrubs, up to 6 m tall and according to Pan India Bouquets : Flower, Fruit : February-April for Sabia purpurea Hook. f. & Thomson ??

To me looks different from images at
Pl. check

Yes, to me appears close as per GBIF specimens (one and two), POWO specimen and FoC illustration and image link.








POWO  Catalogue of Life  GBIF specimens (one and two), POWO specimen  image linkFlora of China  FoC illustration  Annotated checklist of Flowering plants of Nepal  Pan India Bouquets  Bhutan Biodiversity Portal