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The Genus Jasminum in Cultivation

A new publication fromthe Botanical MagazineMonograph series,Hardy Heathers is afully illustratedmonograph thatdescribes all Calluna,Daboecia and thoseErica species that grownaturally in thenorthern hemisphere.

Author : Peter Shaw Green

Release : 2009

Publisher : Royal Botanic Gardens Kew

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A new publication fromthe Botanical MagazineMonograph series,Hardy Heathers is afully illustratedmonograph thatdescribes all Calluna,Daboecia and thoseErica species that grownaturally in thenorthern hemisphere.

Cultivated Plants of Southern Africa

Studies in the genus Jasminum III . The species in cultivation in North America .
Baileya 13 : 137–172 . 2. Green , P.S. 1988. Jasminum . Plantsman 10 : 148–159
. 3. Green , P.S. 1997. Jasminum . in European Garden Flora 5 : 590-592 . 4.

Author : H. F. Glen

Release : 2002

Publisher : Jacana Media

ISBN : 9781919931173

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A listing of almost 9000 kinds of plants known to be cultivated in Southern Africa, or to have been tried here. The information is derived from a database containing details mainly of specimens archived in the National Herbarium, Pretoria.

Horticultural Flora of South-Eastern Australia

Studies in the genus Jasminum II . Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 43 : 109–131
. Green , P.S. ( 1965 ) . Studies in the genus Jasminum III : The species in
cultivation in North America . Baileya 13 ( 4 ) : 137–172 . Green , P.S. ( 1984 ) .

Author : Roger Spencer

Release : 2002-04-30

Publisher : UNSW Press

ISBN : 9780868406602

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Covers 51 Dicotyledon families, including important groups such as the Rosaceae (roses, peaches, pears, apples, plums, etcetera), Fabaceae (peas, beans and pea flowers), Mimosaceae (wattle), Proteaceae (banksias, grevilleas, macadamia, etcetera) and Myrtaceae (eucalypts, callistemons, tea trees, guavas, etcetera.).

Dendrology: Cones, Flowers, Fruits and Seeds

Studies in the genus Jasminum I: section Alternifolia. Notes from the Royal
Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh 23 (3), 355–384. Green, P.S., 1966. Studies in the
genus Jasminum III: The species in cultivation in North America. Baileya 13, 137–
172.

Author : Marilena Idžojtić

Release : 2019-01-01

Publisher : Academic Press

ISBN : 0444641769

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Dendrology: Cones, Flowers, Fruits and Seeds offers a comprehensive overview of the morphology of reproductive organs of woody plants of Europe in one resource. The book contains 2020 woody taxa (845 species, 58 subspecies, 38 varieties, 13 forms, 40 hybrids and 1026 cultivars), belonging to 400 genera and 121 families. It includes 447 taxa of trees and shrubs that are autochthonous in Europe and numerous ornamental species that originate from North America, Asia, South America, Australia and Africa, along with invasive woody species. Accompanied by thousands of original photographs to facilitate the identification of a particular taxon based on its cones, flowers, fruits and seeds, the book is designed to efficiently guide the reader to accurate identification. Other features include taxa organized in alphabetical order of their botanical names, flowering and fruiting time, mode of fruit or seed dispersal, and distribution range, making Dendrology: Cones, Flowers, Fruits and Seeds a must-have reference for students and researchers in dendrology, botany, forestry, forest management and conservation, arboriculture and horticulture. Includes 2,020 taxa of trees and shrubs important for the European dendrology Provides detailed descriptions of reproductive organs and data on the reproductive biology of the described taxa Contains 6,644 original, high-quality photographs of habits, cones, flowers, fruits and seeds

Cultivation and Utilization of Aromatic Plants

The genus Jasminum comprises of about three hundred species dispersed
throughout the warm parts of Europe, Asia, Africa and the Pacific region, with only
one representative in North America. Large number of species are, however, ...

Author : H. Panda

Release : 2005-10-05

Publisher : ASIA PACIFIC BUSINESS PRESS Inc.

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Aroma has played a vital role, directly as well as indirectly, in the life of human beings since its appearance on the earth as a result of evolution. India, Egypt and Persia were amongst the first countries to have conceived the process of distillation of essential oils. Aromatic plants have essential or aromatic oils naturally occurring in them. They help heal mental ailments and other diseases. India is endowed with a rich wealth of medicinal plants. Aromatic (Aroma Producing) plants are those plants which produce a certain type of aroma. Their aroma is due to the presence of some kind of essential oil with chemical constituents that contain at least one benzene ring in the their chemical configuration. These plants have made a good contribution to the development of ancient Indian material medica. In recent years, there has been a tremendous growth of interest in plant based drugs, pharmaceuticals, perfumery products, cosmetics and aroma compounds used in food flavors and fragrances and natural colors in the world. The chemical nature of these aromatic substances may be due to a variety of complex chemical compounds. There is a definite trend to adopt plant based products due to the cumulative derogatory effects resulting from the use of antibiotic and synthetics and except for a few cultivated crops, the availability of plant based material is mainly from the natural sources like forests and wastelands. There is a need to introduce these crops into the cropping system of the county, which, besides meeting the demands of the industry, will also help to maintain the standards on quality, potency and chemical composition. During the past decade, demand for aromatic plants and its products has attracted the worldwide interest, India being the treasure house of biodiversity, accounts for thousands of species which are used in herbal drugs. 90% of herbal industry requirement of raw material is taken out from the forests. This book basically deals with cultivation of matricaria chamomilla, present agro production technology status of celery, cultivation of ocimum gratissimum linn. var clocimum, the production and perfume potential of jasminum collections, chemical modification of turmeric oil to more value added products, biologically active compounds from turpentine oil, folk medicinal uses of indigenous aromatic plants in nepal , traditional uses of selected aromatic plants of bhutan and their cultivation prospects, blending aspects of perfumes with turpentine constituents, the chemistry of mint flavour, essential oils of cinnamomum species, citral containing cymbopogon species etc. The aim of publishing this book is to provide multidisciplinary information on aromatic plants. The book covers method of cultivation and utilization of various aromatic plants. This is very useful book for farmers, technocrats, agriculture universities, libraries, new entrepreneurs etc.

Out-growing vegetables. Animals

The COMMON JASMINE ( Jasminum officinale ) is a well - known shrub , with
white salver - shaped flowers , and opposite , winged leaves , the leaflets
somewhat ... Many other species of the genus jasminum are also cultivated in this
country .

Author : William Bingley

Release : 1852

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Manual of Climbers and Wall Plants

Harvey , M. 1943. A revision of the genus Fremontia . ... Preliminary Checklist of
Cultivated Hedera , part I. ( American Ivy Society , updated in Ivy Journal . ) ...
Studies in the genus Jasminum : The species in cultivation in North America .
Baileya ...

Author : J. K. Burras

Release : 1994

Publisher : Timber Press (OR)

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This book describes all climbing plants alphabetically by genus, providing details for all the species, complete cultivation information, excellent line drawings, a common-name index, and a thorough bibliography.

American Gardening

The variety Grand Duke of Tus . cany seems to belong , botanically , to this
species of the genus jasminum , It is , however , not a climber , but of low ,
shrubby growth , and produces very double flowers , often to the extent of deform
- ity , which ...

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Release : 1890

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Currie's Monthly

If the seed Jasminum Grandiflorum . is sown about the first of January the The
genus Jasminum is represented by plant may be had in bloom the same year .
forty or more distinct species having yelThe usual plan of cultivation is to sow the
low ...

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Release : 1885

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Bibliography of Agriculture

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Release : 1991-06

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Manual of Cultivated Broad-leaved Trees and Shrubs

Jasminum.a J. mesnyi , immediately right , calyx , enlarged ; b . J. humile f .
wallichianum ; c . J. nudiflorum ... One of the best species of the entire genus , but
only hardy in the mildest regions . z9 Plate 68 , 71. # J. primulinum see : J.
mesnyi J.

Author : Gerd Krüssmann

Release : 1984

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Vol. 1 contains a guide to botanical terminology, with illustrations. Vols. 1-3 include a guide to botanical terms in English, Latin, German, French and Dutch; an abbreviated temperature conversion chart; and hardiness zone maps for Europe, North America and China. Vol. 3 includes addenda and errata for Vol. 1; a taxonomic outline and alphabetic list of the families and genera covered; an index of the authors of the plant names with brief biographical notes; and a list of registration authorities for cultivar names of woody ornamentals. Plant entries include hardiness zone, light and soil/moisture requirements and geographical distribution.

The American Garden

147 is Jasminum grandiflorum , known as the “ Catalo sprays of white flowers
and delicate green leaves nian ” jessamine or “ Star ... is half shrubby , half
climbing , and is almost always genus jasminum , and some of them are hardy
even covered with its fragrant pinkish ... not a citrus ) , to be called “ Orange
Jessamine , " and in climber , but of low , shrubby growth , and produces Key
West the great bare ...

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Release : 1890

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Essential oil crops

Oleaceae The Oleaceae, order Scrophulariales, contains 27-30 genera with
approximately 600 species, and the genus Jasminum L. is usually stated as
containing some 200 species, but a proposed review could reduce this by at least
half.

Author : E. A. Weiss

Release : 1997-03-20

Publisher : CABI

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Plants producing an aromatic oil, fruit, or seed have been used in religious ceremonies, for personal use and adornment, and for flavoring throughout history. Today there is still considerable pressure by consumers world-wide to use perceived natural compounds in edible and personal products. It is essential that producers be able to service this growing demand efficiently, economically, and above all, reliably. Additionally, many essential oil crops form part of the economy of countries with growing populations where there is an inevitable pressure on agricultural land as a resource for food and fuel crops. It is therefore important to understand and develop ways of ensuring maximum return on the investments made in establishing and growing these crops. This book addresses these issues. It is concerned with growing essential oil plants to obtain an aromatic derivative in an economic and reliable manner. Each chapter covers a different family. A brief history of the recent use and economic development of the crop is given, and the cultivation and care of the crop is discussed. Current research findings and recommendations for improved agronomic practices and ways of adding value to the crop, such as extracting the oil, are also discussed. This book is key reading for all researchers and agronomists concerned with essential oil crops. Agricultural advisors and development workers will find the book helpful, and it also contains valuable information for commodity traders and policy makers working in this area.

The Young Gardener's Assistant,

Jasminum , Jasmine . Of this favourite genus there are several species , of
various complexions . ... The plants of this genus are generally cultivated in the
hot - house ; some produce scarlet flowers in large terminale spikes , from
December to ...

Author : Thomas Bridgeman

Release : 1857

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The Young Gardener's Assistant, in Three Parts

Containing Catalogues of Garden and Flower Seed with Practical Directions
Under Each Head for the Cultivation of Culinary ... A genus of evergreen shrubs ,
of easy culture , containing five species , most of which produce blue or purple
flowers , on loose branching pannicles , in abundance . ... Jasminum , Jasmine .
Of this ...

Author : Thomas Bridgeman

Release : 1853

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The Treasury of Botany

The genus is closely allied to Verticordia , but that has monadelphous stamens ,
and the sterile ones longer than CHUMBELEE . Jasminum grandiflorum , the
fertile . [ J. T. S. ) • CHURN ... This is a handsome by plants of similar habit , none
of which species , with a thick fleshy fusiform tuber , are worthy of cultivation .

Author : John Lindley

Release : 1889

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