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Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant

Posted by snasxs (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 28, 07 at 22:30

If Gardenias die on you, then you should spend time practicing your planting skill with Jasmine. They are much more "fault-tolerant" than denias. They are pretty too.

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RE: Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant

Hello snaxs
is this the double variety? i have the single variety. Do you want to trade cuttings?.
please let me know.
my email
thanks for your time.
i don't know how to put the picture. if you send email i will send you the picture. thanks.

RE: Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant


I believe these are nothing special. Many websites sell them at very good prices including these as is dicussed in house plant forum. I would give them to you for free. I am just too busy right now. I might be a bit freer in 2 months :-) Anyways, my email is included in my GW profile.

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RE: Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant

Hello Snasxs
thanks for your reply. A friend suggested Bhatia nurseries in NJ, the plant is not in stock but will be in 3-4 weeks & i will get them by then.
Any secrets to growing them?.
thanks for your time. malini.
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RE: Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant

Hi Malinis - your variety of plants are beautiful. Thanks for sharing the pictures.


RE: Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant

Hi Snasx,

The picture above does not look like double or triple petal jasmine. Jasmine grandduke, the triple petal one has leaves in whorls. your plant is beautiful with round big multipetal flowers. Can you let me know where exactly you bought this specific jasmine species? thanks

RE: Jasmine sambac lovely and fragrant


Yeah, I realize it. It is beautiful and strange. But I am still not sure if this is a new cultivar. You know there are so many cultivars in the world. It sure is lovely with round big multipetal flowers. No wonder malinis likes it too.

The email address of the owner is You will need to ask someone (probably longriver) to contact her in Chinese.

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