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Published In: Jardin Fleuriste 1, pl. 61. 1851. (Jard. Fleur.) Name publication detail
 

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3. Trachelospermum Lemaire

Ten to 30 species, southeastern U.S., Asia.

Only one species occurs natively in the New World. The remainder are native to eastern and southeastern Asia. The Confederate jasmine, T. jasminoides (Lindl.) Lem., is cultivated as an ornamental in the warmer parts of the United States and occasionally escapes along the Gulf Coastal Plain, but it has not been reported from farther north.

 
 
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