yellow jasmine

Also, yellow jessamine.


Origin:
1700–10

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yellow jasmine
 
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See also gelsemium a climbing shrub, Gelsemium sempervirens, of the southeastern US, having fragrant funnel-shaped yellow flowers: family Loganiaceae

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The dressing rooms adjoining the swimming pool are covered with the wild yellow jasmine vines, roof high, and now in full bloom.
Yellow jasmine flecked the roadside shade with gold, its fragrance blending.
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