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RE: Re: jasmine

Not that A-Z is always right, but it shows the Star jasmine as hardy only
in Z 9-10.  Maybe you wanted another houseplant, eh?

> [Original Message]
> From: Island Jim <jsinger@igc.org>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 2/9/2003 3:35:24 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] Re: jasmine
> that's the star [or confederate] jasmine [trachelospermum jasminoides], 
> donna. my guess is zone 5 would be pushing the envelope about two zones 
> north. they are right, they are extremely fragrant. they also root easily 
> and grow fast; be happy to start a cutting for you this spring if you
> to try it.
> i've got four of them, three of which are now about 60 feet up old slash 
> pines; the forth is a variegated one that is a bit more reluctant--both
> climbing and blooming.
> At 11:29 AM 2/9/03 -0800, you wrote:
> >Jim, this is the one I was refering to... they claim hardy to zone 5,
> >no botanical name :(
> >
> >Title of item:  Blooming sizeJASMINE Plants EXTREME FRAGRANCE

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