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Re: Man did I

Orange Jasmine......Jim, is that the Cestrum auranticum or  Murraya  
zone 9
Texas gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/19/2006 5:17:28 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Yes one  of those situations in which you find yourself smacking your self 
upside  the head.  Been there done that.  I do hope the jasmine  survives.

From what I came across, Coontie (if that is Zamia  integrifolia) is salt 
tolerant but Gardenias are supposed to be salt  sensitive.  I didn't look up 
Jasmine because I wasn't sure if you  were referring to a Jasminum or what.

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