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beautiful vine blossoms

Discussion in 'Tree and Plant ID Database' started by Paul Foreman, Mar 19, 2016.

  1. Paul Foreman

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    miniature saw briars? i've no idea. our woods here are alive with these yellow blossoms on trees and shrubs ...

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    i have been told it is confederate jasmine ...
     
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    nope. confederate jasmine is white ...
     
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    Gelsemium sempervirens
    Carolina Jasmine is an evergreen perennial climbing vine with reddish-brown stems and yellow flowers.

    In Florida this vine is easy to see because it blooms from December to April, often when not much else is in flower, and the blooms can completely cover a tree or a fence. The yellow flowers have a delightful light scent, reminiscent of baby powder, but they are extremely poisonous – even the nectar is toxic.
     
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    I apologize as I don't remember the name but it is a pita to get rid of it. Had to pull it out of the lilacs every year at my old house.
     
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    carolina jasmine, it is ...
     
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    Let's just call it rope. ;p
     
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    purty rope ...
     
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    gelsemium sempervirens?
     
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    Apparently it's a little sissy vine that can't handle the snow .
     

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