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Jasminum stenolobum indigenous flowering creeper

Jasminum stenolobum

Wild Jasmine (english)
Wildejasmyn (afrikaans)
loziphungwane (zulu)

Taxonomy:

Family OLEACEAE
Genus Jasminum
Specie stenolobum
SA Plant Number
Basionym Jasminum stenolobum

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Description:

Jasminum stenolobum is a hardy, evergreen, scandent, bushy shrub or climber, with glossy, dark-green leaves.

Masses of large, fragrant, white, star-shaped flowers with a pink underside are borne from August to January. These are followed by black berries that attract birds to the garden.

It can be pruned as a shrub, used as a climber, trimmed into a neat, beautiful hedge or used as a striking container plant. This beautiful plant should have pride of place in the garden.

Plant in sun or semi-shade. It also grows in shade but does not flower as well as it does in the sun.

Size: Climbs up to 7m

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Distribution:

Limpopo, North West, Gauteng, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal
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