This breathtaking beauty will leave your visitors in awe with both its lavish aesthetic qualities and its intense yet sweet fragrance. The Confederate Jasmine is best known for its framing abilities.
It can turn any trellis, porch, screen fence, or wall into an exquisite display of reblooming white flowers! A member of the star jasmine variety, this true jasmine plant has a growing season that lasts almost all year round.
The Confederate Jasmine produces clusters of small, white flowers in early spring and summer months that look like tiny pinwheels or star shaped. Despite the small size, the blossoms give off a deliciously sweet fragrance and can easily perfume an entire yard.
It is a fast-growing, twining fragrant vine that can be grown on lamp posts, trellises, or arbors. You can even grow it as a ground cover if trained correctly. Contrasting the fragrant white flowers are green leaves that stay bright all year even through drought tolerance.
The Confederate Jasmine vine is a pest-free. It’s also easy to maintain, drought resistant and heavenly fragrant, making it a favorite among landscapers and gardeners. This is not the same plant for jasmine tea like jasmine sambac… this fragrant vine plant is not edible :)
The jasmine plant for sale is available in 1 gallon pot or 3 gallon pot. Pick your size container for your planting site.
Confederate Jasmine Care
Flowers best in full sun. The Confederate Jasmine plant will also grow well in partial shade and it prospers in a variety of soils. You can even grow jasmine in containers. Choose a pot with a drainage hole and organically rich potting mix.
No special care is required for well-established plants, except trimming to keep it in bounds and maintain desired shape. Pruning Confederate Jasmine is an easy task. It only needs to happen when it outgrows it’s space or once a year to encourage new growth.
The jasmine plant can grow up to 10-12 feet tall or long during the growing season. Its flowering vines can also grow up to 4 feet in width. It is a vigorous grower plant that will fill any space you plant it in.
Grows best across the southern United States in USDA growing zones 8-11. Trachelospermum jasminoides, as it is scientifically named, does not have proper cold hardiness to grow in the northern states. Although, you may try if you have greenhouses or garages!
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- Showy Flowers
- Climbing vine
- Fast growth rate