winter jasmine

NOUN
  1. deciduous rambling shrub widely cultivated for its winter-blooming yellow flowers
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How To Use winter jasmine In A Sentence

  • So, too, do winter flowerers such as mahonias, winter jasmine, wintersweet, shrubby honeysuckles, daphne and camellias. Times, Sunday Times
  • These lovely winter jasmine, AFP is very attractive petals!
  • You might have encountered winter jasmine as a congested, freestanding little bun, clipped to within an inch of its life. Times, Sunday Times
  • HOW and when do I prune winter jasmine? The Sun
  • HOW and when do I prune winter jasmine? The Sun
  • Straight stalks of winter jasmine hung from the next, in lines of small yellow stars. CHARMED LIFE
  • Yellow winter jasmine can get itself in a real old tangle. Times, Sunday Times
  • You might have encountered winter jasmine as a congested, freestanding little bun, clipped to within an inch of its life. Times, Sunday Times
  • From 1978 onwards, the Park is held every year Juzhan winter jasmine and the Mid - Autumn Festival.
  • Forsythia and winter jasmine are also fast growers and so, as they finish flowering can be cut back, although not as hard as the lavatera.
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