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What are the parts of jasmine

What are the parts of jasmine

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"The jasmine flower is either deciduous (which means the leaves fall in the autumn) or evergreen (which means the leaves are green all year round).

Certain species stand tall, while others spread or climb. The flowers typically measure 2.5 cm in diameter and boast hues of white and yellow.

Certain species however are reddish in colour, although this is quite rare.

The flowers are borne in cymose clusters and showcase at least three flowers.

Each flower has between four and nine petals, four ovules and two locules.

They have two stamens brandishing extremely short filaments, with linear or ovate bracts, with a bell-shaped calyx.

Jasmine flowers also boast fruits in the shape of berries that change to black when ripe."