Jasminoides sentence example
- T. jasminoides (once known as Rhynchospermum) was formerly much grown under glass, but has done well in the open air in the south and south-west of England and Ireland.
- Trachelospermum jasminoides, called star or Confederate jasmine, is usually recommended for zones 8 and warmer, with a few cultivars recommended for zone 7.
- 'Gardenia jasminoides', also called Cape Jasmine.
- Many gardens in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina include Gardenia jasminoides as part of foundation plantings for its beautiful dark green glossy leaves and wonderful blooms.
- The scent is strong and fragrant, and compared to other gardenia species, jasminoides is the least fussy if grown in the proper conditions.Advertisement
- The so-called Frost-Proof Gardenia is a new variety of Gardenia jasminoides that has been specially bred to withstand cooler temperatures.