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Trachelospermum jasminoides

Gee19

By Gee19


Trachelospermum jasminoides (Trachelospermum jasminoides (Star jasmine))

Also called Star Jasmine, I believe.



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Looks quite delicute

2 Jul, 2009

 

Beautiful!

2 Jul, 2009

 

I bet that smells lovely Gee......

2 Jul, 2009

 

It does, Milky, I have two in my garden, one by the back door and the other on the fence (the blackbirds have nested in it in the past).

2 Jul, 2009

 

Gorgeous plant and beautiful fragrance.
I have one and have found it to be quite slow to 'get going', is this quite common ?

(actually, is mine Asiatica ?? Will double check myself)

3 Jul, 2009

 

Both of mine were planted about 10 years ago, Louise, so I can't remember if they were so to take off or not :)
They are certainly fairly fast growing now and I cut them back at the end of the autumn, otherwise they block the guttering!

3 Jul, 2009

 

I have jasminoides and asiaticum ~ lovely plants :o)
This is a good photo, Gee ..

3 Jul, 2009

 

Thanks, TT.

3 Jul, 2009

 

I just bought one to replace mine that the black algae had totally covered. I live in SC and it's also called a Confederate Jasmine here.

27 Jun, 2012



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