ACS DB Common Jasmine

Jasminum officinale

AMIABLENESS. In all situations, the amiable Jasmine suffers it supple branches to be trained in any form that the gardener chooses to give them: most commonly forming a living tapestry for our arbours or the walls of our houses or gardens, and every where throwing out a profusion of delicate and charming flowers, which perfume the air, offering to the light butterfly cups worthy of him, and to the busy bee abundance of fragrant honey.

- The Language of Flowers

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