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Wednesday 9 May 2012


Jasminum, commonly known as jasmines, is a genus of shrubs and vines in the olive family (Oleaceae). It contains around 200 species native to tropical and warm temperate regions of the Old World. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers.

Jasminum angulare (Wild Jasmine) is a species of jasmine that is indigenous to South Africa. This scrambling climber can be grown in the sun or semi-shade. It produces masses of white, scented, star-shaped flowers and it attracts a variety of birds. This is one of around 10 species of Jasmine that naturally occur in South Africa.

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  1. Oooo...second link and first comment - how cool is that?!?

    I LOVE the scent of jasmine. Do you think this is the jasmine that they make jasmine tea with?

    Great photo! Thanks for hosting :)

  2. I love the jasmine - the shape of the flowers, and the scent. Lovely photo! Will be linking up later in the week!

  3. What a lovely flower! Thanks for hosting!

  4. I love the sweet scent of this flower, especially at night when the wind blows, the scent follows.

  5. jasmine ... smelling nice in the evening. And beautiful too with those delicate white flowers.

  6. I am not familiar with this species, but am with others. They are all scented but also vary. Our national flower, Jasminum sambac, is sweet smelling and not heavy as other jasmines.

  7. They planted Jasmine flowers this year, in front of the gate where I live. Love the fragrance, but also Jasmine tea -one of my favorite green teas:)

  8. Sweet flower.
    Maybe it's essential oils from the wild Jasmin we can buy here at home.

    Thanks for sharing

  9. Very nice! Love seeing all the flowers, too. :)

  10. Lasst Blumen sprechen ist ein schoenes Hobby und erfreut wohl alle menschen,es gibt sogar Tiere die es lieben in Blumen zu sitzen, herrlich!

  11. Beautiful Jasmine, he has a wonderful fragrance ...
    Best regards, Karin

  12. Love flowers with wonderful fragrance.
    Great Jasmine picture!!
    Posted flower pictures from my garden and tropical flower blog.
    - Cheers Gisela.

  13. The flowers look beautiful, it a nice touch and using natural lighting in your work, great job.

  14. I love jasmine of any kind!

  15. So pretty and delicate! :)

  16. Oh, your Jasmine looks heavenly! The blossoms are so pretty and delicate. Thank you for hosting our party.

  17. What a beautiful variety of jasmine.
    Thanks for hosting!

  18. I can almost smell the heavenly scent! Lovely capture. Thanks so much for hosting this week. Can't wait to see all the gorgeous blooms. :-)