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[PHOTO] Jazmin en Ingles

  • Subject: [PHOTO] [iris-photos] Jazmin en Ingles
  • From: Carlos Guido charliegs@mac.com
  • Date: Sat, 11 Jan 2003 12:53:15 -0300


Several species of jazmines exist that can be used like enredaderas.

In Argentina is known it 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.

What is your cientific name. ? (Photos)

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Jasminum officinale, sambac or Jasminum azoricum ?

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