Jasminum


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shrubs and woody climbers mostly of tropical and temperate Old World: jasmine

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Winter jasmine, Jasminum mesnyi, has been delighting us for some weeks now with its arching sprays of bright yellow flowers.
The strongly scented Jasminum polyanthum can also be bought now and will begin to produce a profusion of pretty, delicate pink buds early in the new year.
For the scenting process, fully opened flowers of Jasminum sambac were excised and mixed with the preprocessed green tea at a ratio of 4: 5 (w/w).
Allophylus spicatus, Philenoptera cyanescens, Melanthera scandens, Ocimum gratissimum, and Jasminum dichotomum showed proliferation and/or migration of fibroblasts in the scratch assay.
Jasmine, extracted from the Jasminum grandiflorum, has been known to ease depression.
More straightforward plants are coming into their own early this year, forsythia and Jasminum nudiflorum, both with yellow flowers, are already showing colour.
And of course there are all the perfumed flowers that perform both day and night like lilies, roses and Jasminum officinale.
If there's a fence, then why not plant a scented climber to screen it like Jasminum Officinale with Rosa Rambling Rector or Rosa Gloire de Dijon?
: Summary: The present study was designed to investigate in vitro antioxidant, NO scavenging, and antibacterial activities as well as total phenolic contents of different extracts of flowers of Jasminum humile and roots of Dorema aucheri.
Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA (RAPD) technology was used to work out the genetic relationship among the twenty one accessions of Jasminum spp.
The Sampaguita (Jasminum sambac) has long been recognised and taught to Filipino schoolchildren as the national flower but this distinction could soon be shared with the Waling-waling (Euanthe sanderiana).
JASMING (Jasminum polyanthum) A pretty evergreen vine to 20 feet tall, with pinkish buds and fragrant white flowers in late winter and spring.
But a handful of brave souls flower in the depths of winter, like jasminum nudiflorum, with bright butter yellow flowers from late autumn to spring.
On the other side of the garden is a young South African jasmine ( Jasminum angulare) which is indigenous to KwaZulu-Natal and has an exquisite fragrance throughout the summer.
The dried herbs assessed were juhua (Chrysanthemum morifolium), honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica), jasmine (Jasminum sambac), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), rose (Rosa damascene), osmanthus (Osmanthus fragrans), duzhong (Eucommia ulmoides), jiaogulan (Gynostemmapentaphyllum), lemongrass (Cymbopogon citrates), and yerba mate (Ilexparaguariensis), many of which are popular teas in a number of Asian countries.