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Jasmine Seed 20 Mix Color Flower Bright Beautiful Natural A024 By Mikedaoer


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  • A bag of sell bags
  • Quatity in each pack : 20 seeds
  • Sowing Temperature : 18 - 35 C
  • Growing Temperature : 20 - 40 C
  • Grow up / Flower days 70 days

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  • ASIN: B00D755DRK
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: June 5 2013
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The four o'clock flower (Mirabilis jalapa or marvel of Peru) is the most commonly grown ornamental species of Mirabilis, and is available in a range of colours Mirabilis in Latin means wonderful and Jalapa is a town in Mexico Mirabilis jalapa is said to have been exported from the Peruvian Andes in 1540 A curious aspect of this plant is that flowers of different colors can be found simultaneously on the same plant Different color variation in the flower and different color flowers in same plant. Variegated flower on a four o'clock plant Naturally occurring color variation on four o'clock flowers.Additionally, an individual flower can be splashed with different colors Another interesting point is a color-changing phenomenon For example, in the yellow variety, as the plant matures, it can display flowers that gradually change to a dark pink color Similarly white flowers can change to light violet A four o'clock plant in full bloom The flowers usually open from late afternoon onwards, then producing a strong, sweet-smelling fragrance, hence the first of its common names Despite their appearance, the flowers are not formed from petals - rather they are a pigmented modification of the calyx The flowers are pollinated by long-tongued moths of the Sphingidae family, such as the sphinx moths or hawk moths and other nocturnal pollinators attracted by the fragrance


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