Cape jasmine

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Related to Cape jasmine: Gardenia jasminoides

Cape jasmine:

see maddermadder,
common name for the Rubiaceae, a family of chiefly tropical and subtropical trees, shrubs, and herbs, especially abundant in N South America. The family is important economically for several tropical crops, e.g., coffee, quinine, and ipecac, and for many ornamentals, e.g.
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Susan Bourdet's "Vintage Garden" shows an arbor in full bloom with petunias, cascading Scaevola, cape jasmine and vining periwinkle.
For those who grew up in Mississippi, the plants, especially, the Cape jasmine, the Althea, the old-fashioned roses, evoke a touch of nostalgia and are reminiscent of a bygone era.