Jasminum


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Noun1.Jasminum - shrubs and woody climbers mostly of tropical and temperate Old World: jasmineJasminum - shrubs and woody climbers mostly of tropical and temperate Old World: jasmine; jessamine
dicot genus, magnoliopsid genus - genus of flowering plants having two cotyledons (embryonic leaves) in the seed which usually appear at germination
family Oleaceae, Oleaceae, olive family - trees and shrubs having berries or drupes or capsules as fruits; sometimes placed in the order Oleales: olive; ash; jasmine; privet; lilac
jasmine - any of several shrubs and vines of the genus Jasminum chiefly native to Asia
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In the garden, Jasminum mesnyi will be showing off the lovely bright yellow single or sometimes double blooms.
Even our Jasminum sambac of the jasmine family is in his works.
Jasminum Nudiflorum (Winter Jasmine) IF it's climbing cover you're after then winter jasmine is a great choice.
Needs a Jasminum It also means the roots have a little more space to grow if they're going in the ground.
Betty Lodge AI PRESUME you're talking about Jasminum officinale - the summerflowering jasmine.
They are: thymus serpyllum extract; oryza sativa extract; tilia cordata extract; coffea arabica extract; citrus limonium extract; jasminum sambac (jasmine) flower w[FIGURE OMITTED] sater; chamomilla recutita (matricaria) dried flower; papaver somniferum seed extract; and gleditsia sinensis thorn extract.
Jasmine, extracted from the Jasminum grandiflorum, has been known to ease depression.
More straightforward plants are coming into their own early this year, forsythia and Jasminum nudiflorum, both with yellow flowers, are already showing colour.
And of course there are all the perfumed flowers that perform both day and night like lilies, roses and Jasminum officinale.
If there's a fence, then why not plant a scented climber to screen it like Jasminum Officinale with Rosa Rambling Rector or Rosa Gloire de Dijon?