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[PHOTO] Jasminum

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Jasminum
  • From: Carlos Guido charliegs@mac.com
  • Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 01:13:16 -0300

JAZMINES .

Existen varias especies de jazmines que pueden utilizarse como enredaderas.

En Argentina se la concoce como Jazmín del país.
Es una enredadera de flores estrelladas blancas, de 2,5 centímetros de diámetro,
con perfume intenso y agradable, muy cultivada en galerías y patios pues,
además, están en flor buena parte del año.
Requiere lugares cálidos y soleados y suelos humíferos, con buen drenaje.



Cual es su nombre cientifico. (Photo)

Jasminum officinale, sambac o Jasminum azoricum ?


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charliegs@mac.com
Ros
ARG.




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