(JASMINUM OFFICINALE.) Amiableness.
The petals are prepared from thick or double white wax. It is put
together precisely as the last named flower; but the petals are pointed,
instead of being round, as in the yellow. Press the point of the curling
pin up the centre of each petal. After the flower is united, the tube is
tinged, first with pale yellow, and subsequently with red, very
slightly. The calyx consists of five fine points, which are cut in green
wax, and attached at the bottom of the tube. The flowers are mounted
like the yellow jasmine. The green sprigs are placed on two at once,
facing each other.