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  • Dana Clover

    Fragrant Jasmine Vines- There is NO secret that I LOVE fragrant plants, you cannot go wrong with Jasmine! I have mine covering our shed. (just ran some wire in a W pattern) it is fast growing and smells devine! Careful tho! the cows LOVE to eat it too! after letting mine out to eat down the grass, I have NO leaves left! Not to worry... it'll come back just fine! You simply can't kill Jasmine!

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