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Jasminum Polyanthum

Jasminum Polyanthum was discovered by French missionary Jean Delavay in 1883.


Its native habitat was the woodlands of Yunnan, China and Myanmar. Climate change in Asia saw extremities in temperatures and weather conditions too severe for this species of Jasmine to survive.


Today it is only cultivated by researchers, seeking answers on how to better global soil quality.

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