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Re: Jasminum

  • Subject: [iris-photos] Re: Jasminum
  • From: David & Sally Keller sdkelle@optonline.net
  • Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2003 08:53:23 -0500

There are several free translation services available online. The one below
gave this translation. You can get the idea of what he was trying to say.
"Several species of jazmines exist that can be used like enredaderas. In
Argentina concoce like Jazmín of the country. It is a enredadera of starred
flowers white, of 2.5 centimeters of diameter, with intense perfume and
pleasant, very cultivated in galleries and patios then, in addition, they
are in good flower part of the year. It requires warm and sunny places and
humíferos grounds, with good drainage."
Sally Keller
SE NY State zone 6
jealous in the deep freeze(Brrrrr)


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