Jasminum * - Jasmine.
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Jasminum Absolute produced positive patch test reactions in some patients who were contact sensitive to cinnamic aldehyde.
Prune winter-flowering jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) once the flowers have faded.
If your plant really is Jasminum mesnyi, you have something exciting there, because Jasminum mesnyi seldom seeds.
Jasminum mesnyi is sometimes listed as Jasminum primulinum and is known by the common names of Japanese jasmine, primrose jasmine, and yellow jasmine.
More recently, researchers at the botanical garden of Heidekberg attempted for several years to achieve fruit-set in jasminum mesnyi by artificial pollination, but had no success.
Jasminum mesnyi is not self-pollinating.
If the seeds don't germinate, you can still have more plants, because jasminum mesnyi is extremely easy to propagate by layering or cuttings.
Jasminum mesnyi is often recommended for erosion control because it roots so easily.
Jasminum nudiflorum, or winter jasmine, is similar to its summer counterpart.
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