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Inverleith Jasmine Plants

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Jasminum officinale

  • White flowers, deep pink buds
  • Great scent
  • Good for bees
  • Requires support
  • To 6m by 3m height & spread
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Description

Jasminum officinale Inverleith

A vigorous climber with well scented white flowers and rich pink buds. To 6m by 3m.

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Features:

  • White flowers, deep pink buds
  • Great scent
  • Good for bees
  • Requires support
  • To 6m by 3m height & spread

Growing Inverleith Jasmine

Prefers a sheltered sunny site, ideally where the delicious sweetly perfumed flowers can be enjoyed. It can survive quite long dry spells and needs well-drained soil so will do well planted against a wall. In a small garden, it is best to plant it in a large pot that will keep the growth within bounds. It associates well with climbing roses, clematis and honeysuckle.

Did You Know?

This variety is most likely a natural subspecies of J. officinale, rather than a cultivar bred by humans. If you are Welsh, feel free to call it Bodnant, because that is where it was first grown in Britain, probably from seeds sent in 1937 from Yunnan in China by Te-tsun Yu (1908-1986). In 1953, Bodnant Garden sent a specimen to the Royal Botanic Garden in Inverleith, Edinburgh. From there, it was sent to Wakehurst Place in 1975 and formally (and cheekily) named Inverleith.