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Jasminum Sambacs started Blooming

Posted by bunti 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 8, 13 at 21:21

My Jasminums started blooming. I do see few bud and flowers on Mali chat and Grand Duke supreme. But the size of the flowers is small. I am enjoying the flowers.

I am visiting Fort Myers, florida next week. I will go to TT. I am Planning to buy few plants. One of the plants is Cananga fruticosa - Dwarf Ylang-Ylang. Does anyone have Artabotrys and Cananga? Which one smells good. I don't remember the smell of this flower.

Can you please tell me about your experiences with Cananga?

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RE: Jasminum Sambacs started Blooming

I lost my cananga fruticosa to spider mites last summer, I have odorata which suffers from leaf drop as it is still inside but I hope it recovers when it goes outside again, last summer it grew well... I hope to get a. hexapetalus this year, or siamensis from dhan... I don't know yet which is better..anyone???

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