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Winterjasmijn

 

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Jasminum polyanthum, also known as pink jasmine or white jasmine, is an evergreen twining climber native to China and Burma (Myanmar). It produces an abundance of reddish-pink flower buds in late winter and early spring, followed by fragrant five-petalled star-like white flowers which are about 2 cm in diameter. It has compound leaves with 5 to 9 leaflets which are dark green on the upper surface and a lighter green on the lower surface. The terminal leaflet is noticeably larger than the other leaflets. The plant is very vigorous and can grow up to 6 metres in height when supported. Depending on the climate, this vine has a semi-deciduous to evergreen foliage. Jasminum polyanthum is well known as a house plant in the USA and Europe. It can also grow in the garden, when climate conditions are good. asminum polyanthum is naturalized in Australia and New Zealand. It can be regarded as an invasive species in these regions.[9] This species of jasmine spreads rapidly as it can grow from any small section of stem material. 25121

Jasmine 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 Eurasia and Oceania. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers. Jasmine can be either deciduous (leaves falling in autumn) or evergreen (green all year round), and can be erect, spreading, or climbing shrubs and vines. Their leaves are borne in opposing or alternating arrangement and can be of simple, trifoliate, or pinnate formation. The flowers are typically around 2.5 cm in diameter. They are white or yellow in color, although in rare instances they can be slightly reddish. The flowers are borne in cymose clusters with a minimum of three flowers, though they can also be solitary on the ends of branchlets. Each flower has about four to nine petals, two locules, and one to four ovules. They have two stamens with very short filaments. The bracts are linear or ovate. The calyx is bell-shaped. They are usually very fragrant. The fruits of jasmines are berries that turn black when ripe. Jasmines are native to tropical and subtropical regions of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania, although only one of the 200 species is native to Europe. Their center of diversity is in South Asia and Southeast Asia. A number of jasmine species have become naturalized in Mediterranean Europe. For example, the so-called Spanish jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum) was originally from West Asia and Indian subcontinent, and is now naturalized in the Iberian peninsula. Jasminum fluminense (which is sometimes known by the inaccurate name Brazilian Jasmine and Jasminum dichotomum (Gold Coast Jasmine) are invasive species in Hawaii and Florida. Jasminum polyanthum, also known as White Jasmine, is an invasive weed in Australia. 53102

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Jasminum nudiflorum _ Winterjasmijn

Der Winter-Jasmin (Jasminum nudiflorum, Syn.: Jasminum sieboldianum Blume), oder Winterjasmin, Nacktblütiger Jasmin, Gelber Winterjasmin und Echter Winterjasmin genannt, gehört zur Pflanzengattung Jasminum in der Familie der Ölbaumgewächse (Oleaceae). Ungewöhnlich ist seine in die Wintermonate fallende Blütezeit.

 

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Jasmin d'hiver

(Jasminum nudiflorum)

Le jasmin d'hiver ou jasmin à fleurs nues (Jasminum nudiflorum) est un arbuste sarmenteux de la famille des Oléacées originaire de Chine. Il est cultivé comme plante d'ornement, pour sa floraison hivernale. C'est une espèce rustique en climat tempéré.

Jazmín amarillo

Жасмин желтый

Jasminum mesnyi is a scrambling evergreen shrub growing to 3 m (10 ft) tall with fragrant yellow flowers in spring and summer. The form usually found in cultivation has semi-double flowers. It is not frost-hardy.

El género Jasminum, cuyas alrededor de 200 especies reciben el nombre común de jazmín, son oriundas de las regiones tropicales y subtropicales del Viejo Mundo y ampliamente cultivadas. Crecen como arbustos y otras como trepadoras sobre otras plantas o guiadas sobre estructuras.

This morning in front of our house. I have stacked 8 shots

 

Jasminum nudiflorum, the winter jasmine, is a slender, deciduous shrub native to China (Gansu, Shaanxi, Sichuan, Xizang (Tibet), Yunnan). As its name suggests, in the Northern Hemisphere winter jasmine flowers from November to March.

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- Nombre científico o latino: Jasminum mesnyi

- Sinónimo: Jasminum primulinum

- Nombre común o vulgar: Jazmín amarillo, Jazmín de primavera, Jazmín prímula

- Familia: Oleaceae (Oleáceas).

- Origen: China.

‘Pink Jasminum Polyanthum’……Apologies if you are getting bored with Macro garden shots! Managed to find a brighter moment today to take this, not so good this year as it was badly frosted in the Spring! Alan:-)………..

 

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This jasminum is the star of my front yard! It is starting to cover the arbor with it's tiny yellow flowers. I love to stand under it and inhale the wonderful scent!! Have a wonderful weekend dear friends!!

 

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Jasminum officinale, el jazmín morisco o jazmín común, es una especie trepadora de la familia de las oleáceas nativa del Cáucaso, el norte de Irán, Afganistán, Pakistán, los Himalayas, India, Nepal y China occidental. Se cultiva extensamente en muchos otros países y, en algunos de ellos, como Francia, Italia, Portugal, Rumanía, Yugoslavia, Argelia, Florida y las Indias Orientales, se halla naturalizada.

 

Trepadora que alcanza hasta seis metros de altura muy ramificado, con hojas compuestas de entre cinco a nueve folíolos lineal-lanceolados de borde entero, penninervados. La inflorescencia surgen en racimos axilares; las flores, hermafroditas, de cáliz tubular, poseen cinco pétalos de color blanco. El fruto es una baya. Se propaga por esquejes.

There are already some flowers in the garden; snowdrops, crocusses, tiny roses, bergnia, helleborus, vinca, cytisus, winter jasmine and primula, but just very few.

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Er zijn al bloeiende bloemen in de tuin, sneeuwklokjes, crocusjes, roosjes, spaanse margrietjes, schoenlappersplant, helleborus, maagdenpalm, brem, winterjasmijn en primula, maar van alles wel héél weinig!

 

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It will become a Rustic Sphinx Moth, Manduca rustica (Sphingidae). It is found in the southern parts of the United States, southward through Mexico, Central America and South America to Uruguay. The larvae feed on Jasminum and Bignonia species and other plants of the families Verbenaceae, Convolvulaceae, Lamiaceae and Boraginaceae. It can live on many types of native and exotic plants.

The species is widespread and adaptable, living in varied habitats from rainforests to deserts and thriving in urban and disturbed habitats. (Wikipedia)

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Жасмин голоцветковый.

El género Jasminum, cuyas alrededor de 200 especies reciben el nombre común de jazmín, son oriundas de las regiones tropicales y subtropicales del Viejo Mundo y ampliamente cultivadas. Crecen como arbustos y otras como trepadoras sobre otras plantas o guiadas sobre estructuras.

Walking from the train station through drab early winter Venlo to the Meuse riverside, I was suddenly accosted by this vibrant yellow! Not at all a Christmas hue! Here's a Golden Jasminum nudiflorum in full flower as if it were Easter!

PS With many thanks to Robert Combes (see below) for his much-appreciated correction!

Le jasmin d’hiver est la seule plante grimpante à offrir une floraison hivernale.

Avec son faisceau de branches vertes quasi dépourvues de vraies feuilles, cette grimpante affecte un port retombant, à moins que vous ne la palissiez. De décembre à avril, elle vous prodiguera une constellation de petites étoiles jaune vif. Contrairement à son cousin offinical (Jasminum officinale), les fleurs en trompette du jasmin d’hiver n’exhalent aucun parfum. Leur atout est bien sûr ailleurs, à rechercher surtout du côté de leur luminosité, bienvenue en cette période de l’année morose ! Les fleurs s’épanouissent plus longtemps lors des hivers doux. En période de gel, l’arbuste marque en effet une pause, dans l’attente d’un redoux.

  

So sieht der Spätherbst bei uns im Campo (Spanien) aus. Die Insekten schwirren bei 23°C (um 1400h) auf den Jasminblüten umher und geniessen die Sonne.

 

This is how the late autumn looks like in our Campo (Spain). The insects are buzzing around on the jasmine flowers at 23°C (around 1400h) and enjoy the sun.

 

Así es como se ve el final del otoño en Campo (España). Los insectos zumban en las flores de jazmín a 23°C (alrededor de las 1400h) y disfrutan del sol.

 

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‘Winter Jasmine’……Jasminum nudiflorum - blowing about a lot in the garden today - took a few shots to one even remotely sharp(ish). Hope you are had a good start to the week and are staying Covid safe Alan:-)……

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