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(Showy Jasmine)

This lovely, long blooming jasmine forms an arching mound of glossy fine textured foliage covered with starry yellow blooms from spring to fall. A shrubby evergreen species, it is native to valleys and woodlands of central China.

The long, spreading stems of showy jasmine are clad in rich, deep green, alternating leaves which are divided into three smaller leaflets. Small, yellow, tubular flowers appear in loose clusters and bear a light, sweet fragrance. They are followed by small, black...

Image of Jasminum mesnyi photo by: TL

TL

(Primrose Jasmine)

Primrose jasmine is an evergreen, rambling shrub that typically grows in a large mound. Originally from China, primrose jasmine has been long used in warm landscapes. The square stems are arching and cascade like a fountain. The leaves are bright green, lance to oblong-shaped and held in groups of pointed leaflets. The semi-double, primrose yellow flowers are trumpet to funnel-shaped, fragrant and most abundant in spring, though flowering occurs sporadically into summer.

Plant primrose jasmine...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Downy Jasmine)

Though not as fragrant as other jasmines, the large white blooms of downy jasmine still offer a sweet and spicy aroma. This versatile tropical evergreen is a vigorous scrambling vine that can easily be trained into a shrub. It is native to India but has been widely cultivated elsewhere and become naturalized in subtropical regions across the globe, including southern China and the American South.

Soft, downy hairs cover the deep green, oval leaves of this tough evergreen, giving them a grayish...

Image of Jasminum nudiflorum photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Winter Jasmine)

Lacking the powerful fragrance of most other jasmines but compensating with its cold-hardiness and cheery winter bloom, this fast growing, scrambling shrub is native to western China. It produces numerous yellow, funnel-shaped flowers on slender, green, arching branches in late winter and early spring, before the glossy dark green leaves emerge. The branches root at their tips to form a ground-covering thicket.

Winter jasmine grows best in rich well-drained soil and produces the most flowers...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Jasmine, Parker Jasmine)

Chances are you'd never guess this sprawling to mounding plant was a jasmine. Perhaps you'd think it was a late-blooming, prostrate forsythia! The dwarf or Parker jasmine is an evergreen shrub native to India. It's small leaves are trifoliate, comprising three oval leaflets. In springtime, a profusion of scentless yellow flowers cover the plant. Each flower is five petaled.

Grow the dwarf jasmine in full to partial sun in any soil that's well-drained and has fertility. It performs very nicely...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Juniper)

Flavor your home brew of gin with the fleshy cones of the common juniper. Found in a wide array of habitats across northern Asia, Europe and North America, the common juniper also is a highly variable plant, ranging from low shrubs to upright, multitrunked, narrow trees. It is the most widely distributed conifer species in the world and only juniper species to occur in Eurasia and North America. Compared to the Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), common juniper prospers in much colder...

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James H. Schutte

(Common Juniper, Gold Cone Common Juniper)

With golden yellow-green needles and a narrowly cone-shaped habit that matures about chest high, 'Gold Cone' is a low-maintenance plant for the mixed border or foundation bed. This cultivar was introduced into commerce by Kordes Nursery of Bilsen, Germany in 1980. Common juniper is native to a wide variety of habitats across the Northern Hemisphere.

The fine-textured, scaled needles of this common juniper are yellow-green. Newly emerging foliage each spring is a more vibrant golden yellow. In...

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Jesse Saylor

(Common Juniper, Hibernica Common Juniper)

Initially looking like a fluffy, green column but maturing to slightly pyramidal in habit, 'Hibernica' produce dense foliage with fine texture. It's a selection of common juniper, a native to a wide variety of habitats across the Northern Hemisphere. This cultivar may be referred to as Irish juniper as well. The fine-textured, scaled needles range in color from dull blue-green to deep seafoam green. Grow the Irish juniper in lots of sun in any well-drained soil with fertility. It's tolerant of...

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Mark A. Miller

(Common Juniper, Delibab Common Juniper, Kalebab Common Juniper)

Flavor your home brew of gin with the fleshy cones of the common juniper. Found in a wide array of habitats across northern Asia, Europe and North America, the common juniper also is a highly variable plant, ranging from low shrubs to upright, multitrunked, narrow trees. It is the most widely distributed conifer species in the world and only juniper species to occur in Eurasia and North America. Compared to the Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), common juniper prospers in much colder...

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Jessie Keith

(Common Juniper)

Flavor your home brew of gin with the fleshy cones of the common juniper. Found in a wide array of habitats across northern Asia, Europe and North America, the common juniper also is a highly variable plant, ranging from low shrubs to upright, multitrunked, narrow trees. It is the most widely distributed conifer species in the world and only juniper species to occur in Eurasia and North America. Compared to the Chinese juniper (Juniperus chinensis), common juniper prospers in much colder...