Jasmine Jasminum officinale
How to sow jasmine: Cuttings or direct seed indoors
Sun requirement for jasmine: Plant in Full Sun
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Common Jasmine is a flowering plant in the Jasmine (Jasminum) genus, which contains 200 species native to tropical and temperate regions throughout Eurasia, Australia, and Oceania. The species are grown for their characteristic scent and can be evergreen or deciduous, erect, spreading, or climbing. Jasmine's fragrance is strongest at night. Common Jasmine originated in Central Asia and is a deciduous, sprawling and twining climber that benefits from being trellised and regularly pruned. The plant has sharply pointed dark green leaves and clusters of white starry flowers. The species has a number of cultivars with variegated foliage. Jasmine is grown as an ornamental and the oil from it's flowers is used in aromatherapy.
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