Mock orange or jasminum family ( hybrid between royal and Spanish)

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  1. Mekira

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    Hi
    I am adding varieties of jasmine plants to our garden. So far I have managed to have 4 varieties altogether. I guess our winter was mild and this spring all of the plants are happy.
    I am confused with plant that I have posted. It's been said jasmine variety but it does not look jasmine to me. Further research led me to strongly believe that this Mock orange- Philadelphus where it blooms in early spring and summer , used as hedge plant .
    Please clarify if I am thinking correct.
    And any thoughts about this plant?
    Also if anyone has cuttings to spare, please let me know. I live in northshore , but trips to downtown or closer wouldn't hurt.
    Thanks
     

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  2. Silver surfer

    Silver surfer Contributor 10 Years

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    It is Philadelphus sp...common name Mock orange blossom.
     
  3. Mekira

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    Thank you very much. Do you have any idea on their price range? Are they costly to buy? Many nurseries online don't have the stock.
     
  4. Mekira

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    Sorry I did not realise you are from UK.
     
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