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Please help identifying a shrub/plant

Posted by jem33139 Miami Florida (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 23, 13 at 10:54

Hello to all forum members, I am a new member and also new to gardening. I have uploaded a picture of a shrub that is growing behind my fence. I just wanted to know what it is and if it is invasive. All input is highly appreciated.

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RE: Please help identifying a shrub/plant

It's a Jamsine. Maybe Jasmine sambac. smells wonderful,
not invasive in my zone, but might be in yours. check the Florida forum.

RE: Please help identifying a shrub/plant

thank you, i did post in fl and they also say its jasmine and not invasive here either. like the scent and will keep it.

RE: Please help identifying a shrub/plant

Lucky you! My neighbor has a huge jasmine and when it blooms, it perfumes the whole neighborhood

RE: Please help identifying a shrub/plant

oooooo yes! jasmine. a lovely southern climber! a keeper, for sure!

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