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Primrose Jasmine, Thickets, Cherimoyas

The more I learn about primrose jasmine, the more I like it.  This time of year, it’s nice to look at, too.  Long shoots are bedazzled with butter yellow blooms.  Primrose jasmine will cover a pergola, spill over a block wall, serve as a carefree hedge, or do all of the above if you decide…

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The more I learn about primrose jasmine, the more I like it.  This time of year, it’s nice to ...