JB's FRAGRANT PLANTS - TELL US ABOUT YOURS forum: Jasmine Sambac 'Grand Duke of Tuscany'

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Feb 21, 2014 12:08 PM CST
Name: Jacquie (JB) Berger
Wrightstown, New Jersey
This is another variety of the Jasmine Sambac. The leaves are a dark green and the plant grows like a normal bush. It never sheds its petals, you need to pick them off when they turn brown. The flower is a large double similar to a carnation or a rose and some say they have "an intense aroma". It blooms all year and is a very slow grower. I had no luck propagating this plant and after years of enjoying its beauty, it was destroyed by a storm Sandy.

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