Stephanotis floribunda


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Noun1.Stephanotis floribunda - twining woody vine of Madagascar having thick dark waxy evergreen leaves and clusters of large fragrant waxy white flowers along the stemsStephanotis floribunda - twining woody vine of Madagascar having thick dark waxy evergreen leaves and clusters of large fragrant waxy white flowers along the stems; widely cultivated in warm regions
genus Stephanotis - genus of Old World tropical woody vines
stephanotis - any of various evergreen climbing shrubs of the genus Stephanotis having fragrant waxy flowers
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Two fantastic climbing plants for some heavenly indoor fragrance are Stephanotis floribunda, known as Madagascar jasmine, and Jasminum polyanthum - many-flowered jasmine.
A TRICKIER plant to manage is Stephanotis floribunda, the Madagascar jasmine, but it's well worth it for the fragrance.
Stephanotis floribunda , sometimes sold as Stephanotis jasminoides , is an evergreen climber with heart-shaped, richly glossy leaves.