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Where to get Jasmines 'Mysore mulli' or 'Arabian Nights'?

Posted by technoduckling none (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 23, 11 at 21:17

Hi everyone, first time poster and newly moved to the South San Francisco bay area! I've been trying to find sources where I can buy jasmine sambac varieties "mysore mulli" and "arabian nights",..the only place I could find online is TT (which doesn't ship to CA) and Bhatti (which only has the mysore mulli variety. Would anyone know any nurseries in the south SF bay area that could sell/order those, or any online sites that ship to CA? Thanks for your help! :)

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RE: Where to get Jasmines 'Mysore mulli' or 'Arabian Nights'?

Last year, I bought all of my jasmines from
they were in small 4" pots but the price was reasonable and the packing and shipping were efficient.

I also have bought some jasmines a long time ago (9 years ago) from both Bhatia's and Logee's with good experiences.

Grand Duke of Tuscany

Forgot to mention that I bought a monrovia grown highly overpriced "Grand Duke of Tuscany" jasmine last year from Yamagami's nursery in Cupertino (they are super expensive but can only order plants from Monrovia's catalog).

RE: Where to get Jasmines 'Mysore mulli' or 'Arabian Nights'?

Thanks for the info! I'll give that site a try.

RE: Where to get Jasmines 'Mysore mulli' or 'Arabian Nights'?

There is a seller, dhanstudio, on eBay that currently has a few Mysore Mulli Jasmines for sell. I'm a sucker for Sambacs and adore Belle of India so of course I broke down and ordered a Mysore Mulli since it is supposed to be even more fragrant than Belle.

Good luck! :)


RE: Where to get Jasmines 'Mysore mulli' or 'Arabian Nights'?

I can vouch for eBay seller dhanstudio. My purchased arrived quickly and nicely packaged. Plant was healthy and full of buds.

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