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Name: Jill
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Dayjillymo
Jul 12, 2011 8:47 PM CST
Hi JB - loved browsing through your blog. I'm wondering if the Jasmine Sambac is hardy or a tropical? I have heard that some forms of jasmine are winter hardy, but I don't know enough about it. I'm in Missouri - zone 5.
Thanks.

Jill
Name: Jacquie (JB) Berger
Wrightstown, New Jersey (Zone 6b)

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JB
Jul 13, 2011 7:50 AM CST
I am in Zone 6 and I know it is not hardy here. Maid of Orleans is the least hardy of them all so I read somewhere. I think Top Tropicals recommends you live in Zone 8 or higher to grow some of the Sambacs. You may want to look them up in Top Tropicals. They have a wonderful booklet for sale on them also. It is called Jasminum Sambac Albsolute Flower. Good condensed information. Hope this helps.

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