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Types of Jasmine

Arabian ​Jasmine​
Arabian ​Jasmine​

The dried flowers of Arabian jasmine are used by the Chinese to flavor jasmine tea. In Hawaii they use the flowers in leis. In India they're used in garlands, and Arabian jasmine is the national flower of the Philippines.

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Common ​Jasmine​
Common ​Jasmine​

Common Jasmine, Poet's Jasmine, Common White Jasmine, Jessamine, Poet's Jessamine, Summer Jasmine, True Jasmine Sweetly fragrant, Jasminum officinale (Common Jasmine) is a large semi-evergreen or deciduous climbing shrub that is adored by gardeners for its vigorous habit, graceful look and heavenly fragrance.

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Jasminum ​Abyssinicum​
Jasminum ​Abyssinicum​

Jasminium abyssinicum (forest jasmine) is a species of jasmine, in the family Oleaceae. Jasminum abyssinicum is a strong to slender woody climber in high-altitude montane forests, climbing into the forest canopy which stems that can be robust up to 13 cm in diameter.

Jasminum ​Auriculatum​
Jasminum ​Auriculatum​

Jasminum auriculatum is a species of jasmine, in the family Oleaceae. It is found in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bhutan and the Andaman Islands. Due to essential oil contained in the flowers,it cultivated commercially in India and Thailand.

Jasminum ​Azoricum​
Jasminum ​Azoricum​

Azores Jasmine (Jasminum azoricum) A perfumed fragrance that tantalizes the senses is one of the many attributes this marvelous species brings to the container gardener. A native of the Azores, the vigorous, dense growing vines flower from spring through fall.

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Jasminum ​Dichotomum​
Jasminum ​Dichotomum​

Jasminium dichotomum, the Gold Coast jasmine, is a species of jasmine, in the family Oleaceae.It is an evergreen climber which grows as a rambling shrub or woody vine.The flowers are quite fragrant and open at night, coloured pink when budding then white; these appear at the leaf axils in cluster.

Jasminum ​Grandiflorum​
Jasminum ​Grandiflorum​

Jasminum grandiflorum, also known variously as the Spanish jasmine, Royal jasmine, Catalan jasmine, among others, is a species of jasmine native to South Asia, the Arabian peninsula (Oman, Saudi Arabia), Northeast Africa (Eritrea, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan), the African Great Lakes (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda), and the Yunnan and Sichuan regions of China.

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Jasminum ​Humile​
Jasminum ​Humile​

Jasminum humile flower found in Kathmandu in June Jasminum humile, the Italian jasmine or yellow jasmine, is a species of flowering plant in the Oleaceae family, native to Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan, Nepal, Burma , the Himalayas and south west China (Gansu, Guizhou, Sichuan, Xizang , Yunnan).

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Jasminum ​Multipartitum​
Jasminum ​Multipartitum​

Jasminum oleicarpum Baker Jasminum multipartitum, the starry wild jasmine or imfohlafohlane, is a species of jasmine, in the family Oleaceae, that is native to Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa.

Jasminum ​Subtriplinerve​
Jasminum ​Subtriplinerve​

Jasminum subtriplinerve is a species of jasmine, in the family Oleaceae. Its leaves are used as a drink in Vietnam.

Star Jasmine​
Star Jasmine​

Learn more about growing star jasmine vine in your garden by clicking on the article that follows. Also called Confederate jasmine, star jasmine is a vine that produces highly fragrant, white blossoms that attract bees. Learn more about growing star jasmine vine in your garden by clicking on the article that follows.

White ​Jasmine​
White ​Jasmine​

White jasmine blooms from spring until fall and goes into a rest period in October, continuing through March. A mature white jasmine grows 20 to 30 feet with a 7- to 15-foot spread.

Wild Jasmine​
Wild Jasmine​

Wild Jasmine For a Northerner, having a jasmine growing right out in the garden, year-round, is always a thrill. Along with gardenias, camellias, and palms, having plenty of jasmines in the landscape is one of the huge taunts that more Southerly landscapes (and their gardeners) can lob up to we folks who garden North of the Mason-Dixon.

Winter ​Jasmine​
Winter ​Jasmine​

Winter jasmine information should include its family, which is the Olive family, and the fact that it is the most winter hardy of the jasmine species. It was introduced in 1844 through a plant collector that had purchased it in Shanghai, China.

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