Star Jasmine, evergreen produces waves of gorgeous pure-white star-like flowers across summer, each one with simply stunning fragrance! Evergreen and winter hardy, it will add year-round interest to your garden as the foliage changes from a rich purple in winter to a deep-green in spring and summer.
10 plants you can't kill image 10. Star Jasmine The versaitility of Star Jasmine makes it an unkillable winner – ground cover, climber, spreading bush or indoor plant. The fragrant flowers appear in summer. They’re not fussy about soil type or aspect – doing well in sun or shade.
**Choosing the right spots for your climbing plants:** When planting a climber, consider how much sun or shade they will receive. Sun-loving climbers in shady spots will bolt to the top and leave the fence bare. The best choice for shady fences is fragrant star jasmine (*Trachelospermum jasminoides*), pictured above. Other shade lovers are climbing hydrangea (*Hydrangea petiolaris*), creeping fig and ivy.
Star Jasmine is can be trained to grow on a trellis, over an arbor, as an espalier against a wall or fence, as a border plant or hedge, to spill over a wall & it’s also suited to containers. The sweetly scented star-like flowers along with the gorgeous glossy foliage are its big draw. This is all about how to care for and grow Star Jasmine - a video guides you.
Growing Star Jasmine Vine – How And When To Plant Star Jasmine In The Garden
Star Jasmine As Ground Cover: Information About Star Jasmine Plants - Also called Confederate jasmine, star jasmine is a vine that produces highly fragrant, white blossoms that attract bees. Learn more about growing star jasmine vine in your garden by clicking on the article that follows.
star jasmine: easy-to-grow vine with a thick covering of white flowers and strong scent. grows up to 20 feet in lengthy to quickly cover trellice or fence. can also be planted in container with small trellis for moving indoors in winter. zones 8-11 in partial to full sun with moderate watering needs.