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Jasminum dispermum

White, pink flushed and highly scented flowers appear at almost anytime of year in large racemes if grown under cover but especially in the winter and spring, outside the roots have proved hardy here but the top growth has not and only in mild sheltered positions or under glass will it flower well. Excellent as a conservatory plant. its main distinguishing feature is that it has both pinnate and trifoliate leaves on the same plant. (min -1c for flowering) Introduced from the Himalayas around 1848. Jasminum dispermum was given an AM in 1937, It is one of my favorite Jasmines and deserves to be much more widely grown.


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