Car·o·li·na jasmine also Car·o·li·na jessamine (kăr'ə-līʹnə) n.
Any of several poisonous, woody, evergreen vines of the genus Gelsemium, especially G. sempervirens, of the southeast United States, having fragrant, yellow, funnel-shaped flowers. Also called Carolina yellow jasmine, evening trumpet flower, yellow jessamine.

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