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A rare endemic in Meghalaya State (India). Spreading fast growing vine with glossy large 2-3" dark green leaves similar to leaves of Jasminum Rex. Flowers are large, 2-3" wide, with narrow curled petels and extremely fragrant. Flower shape resembles Michelia Alba flower. Black-blue berries size of a small grape appear after blooming which attract birds. This species is very hard to find. Can be used il landscape as a fine vine or dense ground cover since is spreads fast and roots when touches the ground.
This is a shrub that grows to a small tree, 4m or taller. The leaves are oblong, 9cm long and 5cm wide, shortly rounded at apex, dark green on both surfaces. The flowers are borne on axils of leaves, white, fragrant, 3.5cm wide. The plant bears numerous flowers and is highly ornamental.
Star-shaped, fragrant 1 inch flowers in summer. Three-part dark green glossy leaves, vining stems. Evergreen woody scandent shrub to train up a wall or as a wall shrub in a conservatory. Small lanceolate leaves in groups of three, summer flowers are fragrant, simple star shaped, white and held on the plant in vertical groups.
Evergreen climber with masses of star-shaped white flowers. Heady, sensual fragrance, and a popular conservatory plant. Dark green leaves divided into three leaflets, blooms in summer. More synonyms: Jasminum - lanatum, mauritianum, megalosiphon, pospischilii, rooseveltii, schroeterianum, tettense, uhligii, zanzibariense
A very rare jasmine with highly fragrant flowers. Blooms year 'round. Vining habit, can be trimmed in a dense shrub. Glossy leaves are very ornamental in contrast with dark pink buds and snow white flowers. Synonyms: J. brevipes, J. bukobense, J. gardeniodorum, J. gossweileri, J. guineense, J. mathildae, J. noctiflorum, J. ternifolium, J. ternum
Jasmine oil is extracted from the flowers and is imported from India. It has a rich, warm, sweet scent. It is a middle note in perfumery. Blends well with all citrus oils, clary sage, rose, sandalwood. Hardy to Zone 8. To encourage lateral branching and greater flower production, nip off the ends of canes that become too long. If plants become overgrown, prune them back as much as desired in early spring. Possible uses (from The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Essential Oils by Julia Lawless, Element Books, 1995): Circulation, muscles and joints: for muscle spasms and sprains. Emotions/mind and nervous system: for use with anxiety, depression, nervous exhaustion and stress-related disorders. Relieves repressed feelings, bitter jealously, low self-esteem, guilt, emotional abuse. Promotes optimism. Genito-urinary: for dysmenorrhea, frigidity, labor pains, and uterine disorders. Respiratory and immune system: used for catarrh, coughs, laryngitis. Skin/hair: for dry, irritated, sensitive, and oily skin. Actions: Analgesic (mild), antidepressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, antispasmodic, aphrodisiac, carminative, cicatrizant, expectorant, galactagogue, parturient, sedative, tonic (uterine).
One of the best jasmines for the Deep South, especially on sandy soils. This is one of the most valuable plants in landscaping. It grows wonderfully in mass plantings, very fast growing but not invasive and well-contollable by pruning. The more you cut it, the bushier it gets, forming a nice dense cloud of dark green foliage with yellow double flowers scattered like a bright cover. It is rambling, open evergreen shrub with long, slender, arching stems that will climb like a sprawling vine if given support. The flowers are borne in early spring and sporadically into summer. They are semidouble with 6-10 petals, almost 2" across, and slightly fragrant at night. Use it to trail over fences or walls, to cover unwanted views and ugly corners. It is spectacular in masses and adds interest to mixed shrub hedges and screens. Use it for erosion control on banks or slopes, the long trailing canelike stems will take root where they touch the ground. Blooms on the previous season's growth, so prune soon after flowering. Excellent for cool greenhouse or outdoors in mild climates.
Extremely heavy gardenia type scent. This species is not very common though it deserves a special attention. J. Molle is as wonderful plant as a world-famous Jasmine Sambac. A stunning, small scandent bushy plant with simple ovate dark green small leaves and powdery satin white flowers. Flowers appear in bunches from summer to fall. Very easy to grow, takes both sun and shade, dry and moist conditions. Highly recommended jasmine for scented garden or as indoor plant. A must for everyone who appreciates fragrant flowers.
Freely spreading shrub with downy cordate leaves and clusters of intensely sweet scented white starlike flowers at tips and along the stems. Can be thought of as an evergreen, branching vine that can be trained as a shrub, or as a spreading, vine-like shrub. It usually appears as an open, spreading, weeping mound, 5-10' tall and just as wide. The stems and leaves are covered with a downy pubescence that gives the plant an overall grayish-green appearance. The leaves are ovate and rounded at the base, up to 2" long, and opposite each other on the stem. The white, clustered, star-shaped flowers appear nearly year-round.
This species is native to the little known Admiralty Islands which like in the Pacific north of New Guinea where it evolved in isolation. All jasmines are members of the olive family with early interest generated in the Old World by the Ottoman Turks. This quick-growing vine has glossy, green foliage giving it a tropical effect. It is also grown for its intensely fragrant flowers. The vine can be grown on a trellis, used as a ground cover, or planted in a container. Blooms from April to September. The up to 2 inch wide, white flowers have a very strong scent.