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|Jasminum sambac Arabian Knights, Nyctanthes sambac|
Arabian Knights tea jasmine, Arabian Nights, Sampaguitas, Arabian Jasmine, Hawaiian Pikake
Origin: India, widely cultivated in South China
Called pikake in Hawaii, Sambac is the plant used to flavor the jasmine tea and making perfumes. Perfect houseplant, takes both sun or shade, Jasminum Sambac is a beautiful fragrant everbloomer for your home and garden. This variety is close to Maid of Orleans, but has double flowers (smaller size than Grand Duke). Tolerates some shade. Slow growing variety.
Read more about Jasminum Sambac varieties and see more pictures: Jasminum Sambac Page.
2584 Jasminum sambac Arabian NightsJasminum sambac Arabian Knights (Arabian Nights). Rare variety of Jasmine Sambac with small double flowers and vining habit. Slow, compact grower.
ATTENTION: This is a hot seller, limited quantities. We can propagate only so many plants, while demand is very high. This is rare and expensive item and the plant size is not very large, to compare with regular variety. These plants sell faster than we can propagate and grow them bigger. Please do not order if size matters to you.
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This item is certified for shipping to California.
Most of our plants are certified for shipping to California, however, certain plants are not certified. Please do not order not-certified plants to California addresses. These plants may be added to CA certification in the future; please contact us for more information.
Grown in 1 gal pot, small plant
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