Is Cape Jasmine also known as Gardenia jasminoides a monoecious dioecious or perfect plant?
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The Cape Jasmine (scientific name: Gardenia jasminoides) is also known as the common gardenia. It is native to the Orient and can be grown warm temperate and subtropical climates. P.E. is an abbreviation for "plant extract". It is made from the fruit and can be used as a yellow dye or applied topically (on the skin) as a fragrance treatment.
Gardenia anapetes Smith Gardenia brighamii H.Mann - Nānū (Hawaiʻi) Gardenia buffalina (Lour.) Poir. in J.B.A.M.de Lamarck (= Genipa buffalina) Gardenia carinata India, Malaya. Gardenia cornuta (Natal Gardenia). South Africa. Gardenia flava (Lour.) Poir. in J.B.A.M.de Lamarck (= Genipa flava) Gardenia fortunei Eastern Asia. Gardenia gummifera India. Small tree, to 3 m high. Gardenia imperialis Tropical Africa. Small tree to 12 m. Gardenia jasminoides (Common Gardenia, Cape Jasmine or Cape Jessamine). Southern China and Japan. Gardenia…