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Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasminum nudiflorum

Jasminum nudiflorum

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‰p–¼‚Í Winter jasmineB
Winter jasmine belongs to Oleaceae (the Olive family). It is a smal deciduous tree that is native to China. This small tree is called "Ying Chua Hua" (coming for spring) in China because of its blooming begins in late winter. The stems can reach 60-120 cm in height, branchlets are spreading widely, drooping down and creeping on the ground. February to April, yellow flowers are seen before foliation. Tips of corolla devide into 5-6 lobes.
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(photo by Jon Suehiro)
[’†‚P] “¯ã‚ɂāA2009”N02ŒŽ21“úŽB‰eB
[’†‚Q] ‰ªŽRŒ§’IŒ´’¬‘•›‚ɂāA2004”N03ŒŽ02“úŽB‰eB
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2006”N04ŒŽ04“úŽB‰eB
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2006”N12ŒŽ25“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jon Suehiro)
[’†‚TE‰º] ŒQ”nŒ§‚èŽsuŠÏ‰¹ŽRv‚ɂāA2012”N04ŒŽ01“úŽB‰eB

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp