Monday, July 5, 2010

~my latest obsession~

I want to fill my whole yard with it~really. How was your 4th?
Ours was good, busy.
I'll try to post photos soon.


Simply LKJ said...

OMG... bet it smells heavenly! Our Jasmine is in full bloom and I love the smell when we walk down our deck steps and brush against it!!

Genevieve Ferraro said...

What a gorgeous flower and plant! Doe you think mock orange would grow in Illinois? I'm going to check the climate 'zone'. Thanks for sharing!

Kathy said...

My wonder I love you, mock orange is my favorite too. I saw it just overflowing at a place near our home in Montana and the fragrance was out of this I've tried for 10 years over there and the deer eat it down to the ground every year, I have tried everything to keep them away. Never thought of trying it here but now I will. Thanks Melaine!

Rozmeen said...


Beautiful white flowers. I can Imagine you want to fill your garden with these lovely flowers.

Wishing you a great day!


Carol said...

I'm not familiar with mock orange. Tell us alittle about it.
Carol in GA

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Oh, I need one in my yard too! Perfect for a cottage garden.

kate said...

I can smell it now.

Barbara said...

All I can say is "BEAUTIFUL!" I have never seen one before, but I will have one soon. Does it have a fragrance? Beautiful!
Best wishes,

Katie @ On the Banks of Squaw Creek said...

Gorgeous. I think I'm going to have to find out if I can grow it in Iowa.

marĂ­a cecilia said...

Hola, I have seen your so beautiful home featured at Jennifer`s the Old Painted Cottage. So much beauty and inspiration in your home, a delightful place.
Greetings from Chile,
maria cecilia

Anonymous said...

Do you know what variety of mock orange you have? My wife found one on a walk here in Washington state. The blooms smell like plumeria. So far none of the nurseries here have seen one like it but your picture is a perfect match. Thanks,

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