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Jasminum sambac 'Maid of Orleans'

Jasminum sambac 'Maid of Orleans' (Jasminum sambac (Arabian Jasmine))

I love the fragrance of this (and any Jasmine) and it flowers several times a year. The only downside is that it is very slow-growing and doesn't adjust quickly when I bring it indoors for winter.

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Mine stays outside all winter.

27 Jul, 2012


I wish I could leave more plants outside all winter but this one would definitely die outdoors here.

28 Jul, 2012


I have a few tropical plants I bring indoors too.

28 Jul, 2012


I have too many tropical plants to bring indoors haha. Of course winters are cold enough here that a lot of my interesting plants have to be kept potted and indoors for winter. I have 2 Daphne odora and 4 crepe myrtles that have to be brought inside too. My basement gets pretty full during winter :)

28 Jul, 2012


I have had jasminum among Euonymus green fence and it survived there many winters, sheltered by other bushes. But I agree, it is very sensitive bush.

1 Aug, 2012

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