Re: source for Jasmine plant

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Posted by Andrea Corrigan on July 12, 2003 at 08:26:49:

In Reply to: source for Jasmine plant posted by Jenna on July 03, 2003 at 14:03:57:

: I fell in love with a Jasmine plant at the conservatory in Manato Park, Spokane, Washington. The gardeners there would not sell me a seed or sprout or whatever is needed to have my own plant at home, so now I'm looking for a source for seeds or cuttings so I can begin any old Jasmine plant at home. Local greenhouses and nurseries don't have them.

I live in Cleveland, Ohio and recently purchased a Jasmine plant at Wal Mart. They also had Jasmine topiaries.

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