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Large Supreme Grand duke / Big tiger jasmine/ Butt Mogra 2 feet tall

Large Supreme Grand duke / Big tiger jasmine/ Butt Mogra 2 feet tall

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Supreme Grand duke/ Big tiger jasmine/ Rose jasmine  2 feet tall

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This tropical outdoor plant produces pretty flowers that resemble a white carnation. Jasmine’s are popular for their beautiful fragrance. The scent is just heavenly! The blooms are seen during the warmer months in tropical climates. 


Fantastic fragrance. The flowers look similar to ‘Grand Duke of Tuscany’ but are double the size.

Supreme would be like a Grand Duke on steroids. The leaves are larger, the flowers are bigger . Besides that, the growth habit is pretty much the same.


Producing exceptionally fragrant, very double , large flowers , to 2" across are composed of up to what could be a hundred individual creamy white petals in an often slightly looser flower form, yet still dense, than that of the more common Grand Duke of Tuscany. Grand Duke Supreme Sambac Jasmine has in our experience been a more vigorous grower and may be slightly more free flowering than its namesake. This is a highly sought after and rewarding plant that was shared with us by the late Asma Khan and was one of her most prized forms of this true Jasmine species. Grand Duke Supreme Jasmine sports deep green foliage that acts as the perfect foil for the bright creamy white flowers.


Sambac or Arabian Jasmine can be pruned into a shrub, allowed to grow into its natural scandent, fountaining, vine-like form, or trained to a trellis as an espalier. The flowers are produced nearly throughout the year where protected when grown in a greenhouse, conservatory or similar conditions.

Grows To: 3-8'H x 2-5'W

USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 10,11,(9B?)

Outdoor Light: AM sun, Part shade, Light shade
Indoor Light: Direct sunlight
pH Range: Acidic, Mildly Acidic
Soil & Moisture: Average to moist soils but not soggy, fertile, well-drained, somewhat acidic.
Salt Tolerance: Poor
Deer Resistance: Rarely Bothered
Native To / Origin: Asia, India, Middle East

  • Specification

    -Full sun outdoors.

    -Average/medium water.

    -Average fertilizer and pruning.

    -Blooms during the warmer months, spring-fall in south Florida.

    -May take mid-high 20’s F for a short period of time, but best to keep above freezing.

    Fasciation is common on the Jasmine ‘Grand Duke of Tuscany’ and especially on “Supreme”. Even though we grow all the varieties of Jasmines together, you only see fasciation on those two varieties. That doesn’t mean that all of the flowers would be like that. Some are, others are not.
    Fasciation is when the flowers fuse or bundle into one large flower. It is quite interesting.

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