Jasmin, A Southern Pleasure


Jasmin fills the humid Southern evenings with thick scent.


The plant has left its bounds and climbed high into the trees, dispersing the Jasmin’s perfume across the entire garden.

4 Comments on “Jasmin, A Southern Pleasure”

  1. I can almost smell it from here

  2. mattb325 says:

    May favourite type of Jasmine 🙂

  3. What an amazingly beautiful sight! Does it harm the host tree?

    • I am somewhat concerned about that. It is not unusual to see them in trees. The main issue is that vines can bring down trees during wind storms and hurricanes. But all my trees made it through the last 2 hurricanes. I am keeping my fingers crossed!

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