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Among the 200 species of jasmine that have been identified

Among the 200 species of jasmine that have been identified by botanists only about 9 common types of jasmine are cultivated and there are 8 types of jasmine potential to be used as an ornamental plant. Most types of jasmine grows wild in the forests because they have not revealed the economic and social potential. Jasmine plants include jasmine-melatian rate or Oleaceae.
Seasonbet77 Agen Bola Resmi Promo 100% SBOBET IBCBET Sambut Piala Dunia 2014Types, varieties and traits important (characteristic) jasmine plant are as follows:

Jasminum sambac Air (white jasmine, flower of the nation)
Jasminum multiflorum Andr. (Wild jasmine: gambier, poncosudo, 'Star Jasmine', J. pubescens Willd.)
Jasminum officinale (jasmine casablanca, Spanish Jasmine) is synonymous with J. floribundum = Jasmine grandiflorum). Shrub 1.5 meters
Jasminum rex - King Jasmine King Bed)
Jasminum parkeri Dunn. (Jasmine pot)
Jasminum mensyi (Jasminum primulinum, Primrose jasmine)
Jasminum revolutum Sims. (Jasmine Italy)
Simplicifolium Jasminum (Jasmine Australia, J. volibile, star jasmine). Jasmine hybrid. Pink flowers and fragrant.
The type and Bed varietes in the island of Java, among others:

Jasminum sambac (Jasmine White), among other varieties: 'Maid of Orleans', 'Grand Duke of Tuscany', menur and 'Rose Pikeke'
Jasminum multiflorum ('Star Jasmine')
Jasminum officinale (gambier).
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Oct. 25Jasmine cultivation
Posted by nanie in Plants. Tagged: Jasmine cultivation, cultivation of jasmine, Jasmine, white jasmine, jasmine cultivation guidelines, terms jasmine growth. 22 commentsJasmine

MASTERPOKER88.COM JUDI POKER ONLINE UANG ASLI INDONESIA RESMI DAN TERPERCAYASuitable growing environment for plants jasmine, hot tropical climate and a more favorable light on the ground and well drained soil, rich in organic matter with good moisture. However, jasmine is also widely planted in soil that varies its kind. For commercial cultivation of jasmine required soil crusts, porous, sandy and also rich in organic matter that has decomposed (Pizzetti and Coaker, 1968).

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