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Jasminum x stephanense
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Jasminum

Jasminum x stephanense full sun  partial shade

With a divine fragrance that summons up warm exotic places, this vigorous mostly evergreen Jasmine is surprisingly hardy. Loose cymes bear deep pink buds and flared, long tubular light pink blooms surrounded by slender angular green shoots and small, ovate-shaped matte green leaves, which are often edged in creamy yellow.

Though hybridized in France, it can also be found scrambling throughout the wilds of western China, where both of its parents, Jasminum beesianum and Jasminum officinale, reside.

Be sure to provide ample space, cut back or thin out as needed in early spring and situate wherever its sheer beauty and sweet perfume can be easily savored. Medium Band.

Blooms May – August.

Size: 15' 0"–20' 0" high & spreading. Zone 6/7.

Jasminum x stephanense (T-0269)
Each $12.75
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