Jasminum Azoricum



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Full Sun, Partial Sun


Well drained

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genus of species of climbers and shrubs, both deciduous and evergreen.
They are grown for their opposite or alternate, simple to pinnate leaves (in some species reduced to only one leaflet), as well as their terminal or axillary, occasionally umbel- or panicle-like cymes of salverform, frequently fragrant flowers with broad or narrow, star-shaped segments.
Black berries are present in most species. Any suitable support, such as a trellis, fence, arch, or sizable shrub, will be covered by climbing jasmines’ twine. Jasmines that are scraggly and shrubby can be trained against a wall, and dwarf varieties work well in rock gardens.