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Jasminum mesnyi - primrose jasmine. really excited about this one. i love the shape of a primrose - the fountain like mound. highly fragrant.

really excited about this one. i love the shape of a primrose - the fountain like mound.

Jasmine in Different Cultures ~ Fragrances and Cultures

Jasmine in Different Cultures ~ Fragrances and Cultures ~ Fragrantica

The Night-flowering Jasmine is called by several names in Hindi like Parijat , Harsingar, also Queen of the Night.The South-east corner of my front-yard is occupied by this mystifying tree. It prod…

Tree of the Month – Har Singar / The Night-flowering Jasmine

The Night-flowering Jasmine is called by several names in Hindi like Parijat , Harsingar, also Queen of the Night.The South-east corner of my front-yard is occupied by this mystifying tree. It prod…

Night flowering jasmine

Nyctanthes arbortristis ("Tree of Sadness")-is associated with numerous Indian legends.The fragrant blossoms only last one night. The plant has been used in ayurvedic medicine for centuries.

Jasminum Sambac Variations | Garden Of Tomorrow

Variations in Jasminum Sambac Flowers, aka Arabian jasmine. Vine or shrub, great container plant. If plant dries out, it loses leaves and can get bug infested.

sampaguita (aka arabian jasmine), the flower of the philippines.  very pretty, strong fragrance.

THIS REMINDS me of P. sampaguita (aka arabian jasmine), the flower of the philippines. very pretty, strong fragrance.

Wisteria sinensis - Cooke's Purple  : Impressive spring show of large, beautiful purple blossoms. Long racemes of fragrant flowers early spring and continue through summer. Blooms best in full sun. Drought tolerant.  Large vine or can be trained into upright tree.

PURPLE WISTERIA this is the first year it has flowered after growing 4 years

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carolina jasmine and confederate jasmine - They’re vines, they’re evergreen, they have fragrant and showy flowers, and their names sound alike. If you have something in your garden you want covered fast, they just might be the t…

Bignonia capreolata, crossvine, Zones 6-9. This semi-evergreen to evergreen vine is native to the southeastern U.S. and has reddish to orange-red fragrant trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow inside. In the wild, this vine can reach 50-70', but can be kept in bounds under cultivation. New cultivars are emerging such as 'Dragon Lady,' all red; and 'Tangerine Beauty,' all orange. Crossvine flowers best in full sun.

Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty' at San Marcos Growers

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