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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

ABC Wednesday: J is for Jasmine

Jubilant, Jazzy Jasmine
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The Carolina Jasmine isn't blooming yet in my neck of the woods so I had to go back to a shot from another year. Click for the home of ABC Wednesday 

25 comments:

Ann said...

Oh I really want to feel and smell these in real time. They are so pretty--can you tell I'm ready for spring.
Ann

acreativeharbor.com said...

such a lovely photo and so good to see from here in rainy/snowy New England USA ~ enjoy ^_^

Zac Montoya said...

I bet the bees have the location to this bush well mapped. I've never seen this kind of plant in person and can only guess how nice it smells

Roger Owen Green said...

I love these, here and at the ABCW site.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

richies said...

We planted jasmine several years ago. It must not like our climate, it is still alive but hasn't grown much and only had a couple of blooms last year.
An Arkies Musings

Mar said...

Beautiful! I am ready for Spring!

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ewok1993 said...

this is a type of jasmine i'm not familiar with. thanks.

btw, i had jasmine too :)

Meryl said...

I love jasmine!!! We too are having a long winter and late spring. I like the cold (a lot better than the heat), but I am ready for some nice, warm sun.

Luna Miranda said...

i didn't know there is a yellow jasmine. these are beautiful. are they fragrant, too?

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photowannabe said...

Love your Jazzy Springtime Jasmine.
The fragrance would be Just divine.

Leslie: said...

How jubilant! Does it smell as sweet as the white variety?

Leslie
abcw team

Łucja-Maria said...

Welcome to Carver!
Thank you for this beautiful spring picture.
For me, a lot of snow. Blizzard, cold.
I send greetings.
Lucia

W. Latane Barton said...

I just love the bright flowers. They have such a happy feel.

Judy SheldonWalker said...

I did Jasmine too. They are so lovely and the fragrance is heavenly. I researched them last year and found there are a variety of types. Love your photo!!

Hildred said...

How lovely, - Jasmine is very popular today and the shrub version is wonderful in the spring time. I had one in the garden before the garden before last, and loved it.

Meena said...

Never knew of this 'version' of jasmine! I hv always identified jasmine with white short flowers....

RamblingRound said...

This should be blooming here soon if not now.

ZielonaMila said...

Beautiful spring flowers, beautiful colours. I am greeting

Gillian Olson said...

What a gorgeous flower, hope it is blooming soon in your area, happy spring.

LONDONLULU said...

Such beautiful flowers, and a happy color! I hope Spring arrives soon for you (it's still hiding here:)

Lise said...

Jasmine is jazzy, I wonder if it grows at high elevations? Nice picture!

Sharp Little Pencil said...

Carver, this takes me back to both L.A. and Bermuda, where the jasmine flourished for months on end. The smell is heaven and the blossoms never fail to make me smile. Thanks for this lovely photo, because it's undoubtedly the only Jasmine I'll see here in Wisconsin, ha ha. Amy
http://sharplittlepencil.com/2013/03/21/uncle-joe/

Cezar and Léia said...

Spectacular Spring, the yellow is so intense!
Léia

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 洁雪 said...

our jasmine here is a pink creeper.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Jasmine smells so good!

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Rose, ABC Wednesday Team

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