<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>
<i>Stephanotis floribunda</i>

Stephanotis floribunda

Madagascar jasmine

Native to Madagascar, this beautiful, sub-tropical climbing vine has been trained around a simple frame. White, waxy and...

with 14cm scalloped pot & saucer - green
£61.98
available to order from late spring
12cm pot | 20cm tall
£19.99
available to order from late spring
with 13cm off white metal pot cover
£30.98
available to order from late spring
with 17.5cm hand etched aluminum planter
£32.98
available to order from late spring
with 14cm crackle glaze pot - ivory
£29.98
available to order from late spring
with 14cm glazed round pot - dark green
£29.98
available to order from late spring
with 14cm verdigris green pot
£37.98
available to order from late spring
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Stephanotis is one of the few houseplants with such a beautiful scent. In the Victorian language of flowers, Stephanotis is the symbol of marital happiness, hence the nickname ‘wedding flower’. In modern flower symbolism Stephanotis represents ‘good fortune’ and ‘the longing to travel’. John Hiorns - Plant buyer

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Which house plant where?

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