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Many shrubs from tropical and subtropical climates — such as hibiscuses, angel’s trumpets, tibouchina, bougainvillea, cape honeysuckle, night-blooming jasmine and many others — will continue to grow and bloom until the weather gets cold.
Hot, buttery Louisiana jasmine rice is certainly always served with any and all.
The Mihana scent is inspired by Japan’s forests and gardens, with hints of jasmine and mandarin, while Marassona is infused with neroli, lemon, and ylang-ylang from Brazil’s coastline.
The feminine eau de parfum is a unique blend of Gabrielle's favorite white flowers, including jasmine, ylang-ylang, orange blossom, and tuberose.
Tropical plants that have gotten too large — such as hibiscus, tibouchina, brugmansia and night-blooming jasmine — may be trimmed now.
Everything about Oribe’s detangler is luxurious, from the outer packaging to the Côte d’Azur–inspired scent (bergamot, jasmine, sandalwood).
It is mixed with flavorings ranging from Thai spices to caramel, honey, jasmine, or lavender.
Also horizontal and vertical vines, such as confederate jasmine and kudzu (original botanicals are $125 and up).
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