That is a lovely star! Is that pinwheel jasmine?
FG, thanks. Yes, it is!!
I love white flowers … this star must smell divine! I
Joey, I thought all flowers with the name ‘jasmine’ also came with divine fragrance. But this one has none. I suppose it makes up for that by being an easy-maintenance plant!
what a cool before and after,beautiful flower!
Jill, thanks! Glad to have you stop by!:)
wow! magnificent,a true star of the show. Amazing how something so small can turn into something so big.
Goodness, amazing! Pinwheel Jasmin?? It turns from that tiny ball into a star, it looks all puffy at first, I’ve never seen such a thing!
Ginny, I had never photographed the buds before. But I noticed it while I was photographing the palmfly butterfly. Thought it was worth a (wordless) post!;>)
Sheer beauty, Kanak!
I bet that smells heavenly Kanak.
Susie, you’ll be surprised. Unlike other varieties of jasmine, this one has no smell.
So cute he he…
Steph…I knew you’d say so:))))
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