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Jasminum humile f. farreri Farrer 867 (new)

An original collection from N. Burma of this semi-scandent small to medium sized shrub to about 2m, with semi-evergreen pinnate foliage, composed of up to 7 leaflets. Clusters of bright yellow flowers are borne at the end of the shoots in summer. Easy and hardy in sun or semi-shade.

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Jovellana punctata

Similar in many ways to J. violacea but with broader, larger foliage. Also from Chile, this too has very unusual looking flowers, being small and very deeply cup shaped, white with internal markings of purple yellow and red, and produced in bunches en-masse in June and July. For a sheltered, mild position in well drained soil or for a pot overwintered undercover.

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Jovellana violacea

Jovellana violacea

A pretty little shrub from Chile with very unusual looking flowers. They are small and deeply cup shaped, pale violet with darker markings inside, and produced in bunches en-masse in June and July over delicate bright green foliage with contrasting dark stems. For a sheltered, mild position in well drained soil or grow it in a pot overwintered undercover.

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Juglans major (new)

Very handsome, but rarely seen, this is a classic example of a hardy, drought tolerant attractive tree with splendid foliage that should be far more widely grown. From Arizona and NW Mexico, this walnut is a hardy medium sized deciduous tree to about 15m high with a rounded crown and pinnate leaves composed of up to fifteen lance shaped leaflets.

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Juglans sigillata

A particularly rare species of walnut recently introduced from the Himalaya and China, where it grows up to 25m high and bears pinnate leaves up to 50cm long with a maximum of 15 leaflets. Known as the 'Iron walnut' in China where it is cultivated for nut production, the nut husks are relatively small and deeply pitted. Our gathering from Guizhou.

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