Despite the fact that the Chubudnik is often called in the people of Garden Jasmine, these two shrubs include absolutely to different families. However, due to the external similarity, they can be easily confused. Find out what they differ.
How to distinguish shrubs?
The desire to put on your site, the shrub of the Chubuschnik is quite understandable. Gardeners choose him for abundant flowering and pleasant aroma. But an inexperienced rabbing for ignorance can acquire a completely different similar bush, thinking that he acquired the type of Chubudnik. After all Even in specialized nurseries and stores, they are often confused by the sellers themselves, so you need to be very attentive when buying seedlings.
His Russian name Chubudnik received in XVII in. At that time, letters began to cut from his barrel – details of the smoking tube and mouthpiece.
The first thing to pay attention to is the Latin name of the plant, which is usually written on the price tag. Often to the price tag attached picture or photo of the plant, but you can hardly determine on them, Jasmine is either a pot. The word Philadelphus, which is in the name, will mean that you are the Chubuschik, Although in the nursery he can be called “Jasmine Garden” or “False Jasmine”. His Latin name happened from the Egyptian king Ptolemy Philadelph.
Jasmine Latin name will contain the word jasminum. According to the legend, the shrub was in honor of the Indian Princess Jasmine in honor of the Indian Princess, who fell in love with the God of the Sun, but did not come to him. The rejected Princess in despair ended with him, and the annoyed God of the Sun gathered ashes and turned him into a beautiful bush, who was given the name Jasmine.
In fact, these 2 shrubs are much more differences than similarities. This only at first glance it seems that they will be distinguished by professional or very experienced gardeners. Consider the criteria for which lovers-lovers will be able to do.
Understand and see differences can not only by name, but also for a number of other characteristic features.
To understand the difference, it is worth knowing that the Chubushnik belongs to the family of hydrangea, while Jasmine – to the family of the Parotnic. Chubuschnik belongs to a leafpasic type, and Jasmine – to evergreen. Landing conditions are also different. Chudnik shrubs although they love solar places, but also tolerant and shadow. But it should be borne in mind that in the shadow of the branch of the bush grow longer, trying to stretch out to the sun, and bloom will be more scarce than if it grew on a lit place. Transfers temperature differences, wind and freezing.
Jasmine – South Plant and Used to Sunlights. In the shade he will be difficult. Poorly tolerate windy weather. If the climate is cool, then jasmine is better grown as a houseplant. Open ground fits in the regions where the climate is warm or hot.
Depending on the variety of shrubs of the Chubuschnik, the smell of flowers can be quite varied: from a pleasant aroma to repulsive. If you planted jasmine, and it exudes the eager smell during flowering, be sure that it is not jasmine, but a variety or hybrid of the pot. All varieties and varieties of jasmine have almost the same sweet-honey colors aroma.
Jasmine loves light fertile soil, while the Chubuschnik can grow both in good and heavy clay soil. Chubusnik’s trunk wood is much denser and harder than that of a flexible jasmine. In addition, they differ in the color of the crust. The Chubuschnik has a gray bark, and the branches of the one-year-old age it becomes brown and peeling. Jasmine bark green and woods very late when the plant becomes old.
Jasmine can be dangerous for neighboring plants that have a weak root system. He sucks all the nutritional juices and moisture from the soil around him. Therefore, feed and water both the jasmine itself and its “neighbors” need more often than usual. The pot will not harm other plants at all, with which the composition is on the site. Therefore, gardeners can no concern to land it in the company with any other representatives of Flora.
The easiest to distinguish the flower and flowering period of the jasmine. Jasmine blooms on the second year of life, and the canbousenik – on the third-fourth. The inflorescences of these 2 plants have a different structure. The jasmine flower has a tubular-oblong whisen, from which 2 stamens with short strings grow, and at the flower of the Chubuschnik, a glassworm cup with 4-6 petals and multiple stamens. Most often than them are 20-25, and sometimes the quantity reaches from 70 to 90 pieces. After flowering, the jasmine zagging appeals to the berry during ripening, and in the canbushnik – in the seed box.
Petals in both plants are usually white, but there are both beige, cream, pale yellow colors depending on the varieties of shrubs. Terry or semi-world flowers are only in the pots of some varieties. Basically, species with simple smooth flowers, like a jasmine. Incase, the flowers are collected in inflorescences in the form of a brush of 3-9 pieces, a jasmine inflorescences of panels with thin wedges in the form of tubes.
The flowering period of these shrubs is highly different. The average duration of the flowering of the Chubudnik is about 3 weeks. Blooms in the first half of the summer (June-July). Jasmine, depending on the variety, the duration of flowering on average ranges from 60 to 90 days. Most of the types of jasmine are starting to bloom from March to July, and the end of flowering falls on autumn, the end of September – the beginning of October.
There is also a kind of winter jasmine, which blooms in January, and finishes blossoming in April.
The aroma of the colors of the Chubudnik does not depend on the time of day, and Jasmine exudes the sweet, thin and pleasant smell closer to the sunset, since it is at that time the flowers are revealed. The form of the leaves of these shrubs also has differences. In the canbushnik, in addition to the simple form of the plate, leaves can still be egg-shaped, elongated or oval. In the jasmine, in addition to the simple form, the leaves may be unpaired and tremendous.
ARAL OF TRANSPORT
Zones of distribution of these plants in natural conditions are so different that they do not even intersect together. Jasmine comes from the tropics of both hemispheres of land and subtropics. In nature, it can often be found in the south and south-west of Asia and the Middle East. In our country, he grows in the Crimea and in the Caucasus.
Chubuschik is a pretty frost-resistant plant, which is very common in the Far East, in the European part of the Northern Hemisphere and North America. The shrub subsequently was adapted to different climates. Sorts, calmly carrying frost, brought the French breeder Lemoan. There are also types of Chubuschnik, who pilot tolerate Siberian frosts up to 40 °.
These frost-resistant varieties were brought under the sensitive leadership of the Russian breeder. TO. Vekov still at the beginning of the XX century.
The similarities of the Chubuschik and Jasmine
The similarities of these decorative shrubs include the fact that some of the most common varieties of the Chubuschnik smell like the same as Jasmine, have a sweet pleasant fragrance. That is why many rabbies lovers confuse them. Besides, If you do not look closely, both of these shrubs will seem like twins, especially if you stand at some distance from them.
In addition to the smell, the flowers themselves also have some resemblance. They are large and can grow in diameter up to 7 cm. Both plants are honeycomb, and bees with pleasure pollinate them. Another similarity is that both the Chubuschnik and Jasmine can be grown as a living fence.
You can familiarize yourself with the Chubusnik in more detail in the video below.