Jasminum multiflorum

COMMON NAME

Downy Jasmine

TYPE

​Shrub

FAMILY

Oleaceae

NOTES

An evergreen shrub with scrambling stems up to 16 feet long that can twine into the surrounding vegetation for support. Soft, downy hairs cover the deep green, oval leaves. Blooming can occur throughout much of the year, as long as growing conditions are favorable, though in its native range, flowering is heaviest from fall to spring. The clusters of starry, tubular, white flowers have a mild, sweet jasmine fragrance.

GEOGRAPHIC REGION

E. Asia - India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam.

NATIVE HABITAT

Not known

WEB SOURCES

wikipedia.org

floridata.com



Jasminum multiflorum