Murraya paniculata ORANGE JASMINE (plant)


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Orange jasmine, also called jasmine wood, is an undergrowth shrub native to South-East Asia.
It is also called jasmine orange, satinwood or Murraya paniculata in Latin.
It is part of the Rutaceae family.

Its white flowers exude a very pleasant sweet scent of jasmine or orange blossom.
Its seeds are brown, the size of those of the Nocturnal Cestreau.
It is generally grown for creating hedges.
This variety is also used in cosmetics.

This semi-tropical species can be planted in the ground in a Mediterranean climate.
Orange jasmine can also be used to make bonsai.

Orange jasmine plant 10 to 20 cm high.
Upon receipt, plant it in a 5 liter pot of potting soil and previously moistened peat, drain the bottom of your pot well.
After planting, it is important to water it well.
This shrub is not very hardy, to be cultivated in the ground in a mild climate or in a cold greenhouse during the winter period.

  • Rare and very fragrant white flowers.
  • Resistant to diseases and parasites.
  • Can be used to make hedges in mild climates.

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Murraya paniculata ORANGE JASMINE (plant)

Murraya paniculata ORANGE JASMINE (plant)


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