It's not in my garden, or seemingly anyone's garden, but it's clearly a landscaping plant, which I saw when I got off the Aquabus on my way home yesterday. The balls of fuzzy yellow flowers are around 6cm across and are very fragrant. Actually, the buds in the centre are green, surrounded by yellow flowers, then white ones on the outside. Everything about the plant seems fuzzy, except for the branches. A woman who came over to smell them said they reminded her of the fragrance of huele de noche from where she grew up (I neglected to ask where), which might give an idea to some of you what is smells like. That name seems to be used for several different plants - I've seen honeysuckle, jasmine, jessamine.