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 Where are some places to plant jasmine?

Answer Jasmine (Jasminum) is a family of flowering plants that can take many forms. Some come as vines, some as shrubs; some do best in warm, tropical climates while others can tolerate cold snaps. Jasmin... Read More »
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Is a jasmine plant considered an ivy plant?

Although jasmine and ivy both tend to climb rapidly up surfaces, they are not the same type of plant. Jasmine actually belongs to the Oleceae, or olive, family. Ivy plants have only green leaves, ... Read More »
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How do I plant a Jasmine?

LocationLook for a sunny area or one with partial shade for planting. Jasmine plants prefer well-drained, moist soil, but they can tolerate some clay soils as well.Allow at least 8 feet of space be... Read More »
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Is a jasmine a periennial plant?

Jasmine is a perennial climbing plant with sweet aromatic flowers. Jasmine is popular in many countries as an ingredient in tea, essential oils, perfumes and flavorings in food. It is used in aroma... Read More »
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How to Plant Confederate Jasmine?

Confederate jasmine is a hardy, fragrant perennial with a rapid rate of growth. It is a type of flowering vine and requires vertical support for optimal growth. The plant is fairly problem-free and... Read More »
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