Confederate Star Jasmine

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Trachelospermum jasminoides

Star Jasmine, or what some of us call Confederate Jasmine, is known for its tiny white, star-shaped flowers, which appear sometime between April and July depending on location.

 Avoid eastern exposures in the winter months. Subject to winter freeze (to the ground).

It can grow in the heat, but its roots prefer to stay cool and moist.                                                Can be grown as a ground-cover.

Photo courtesy of Toms Creek Nursery in Denton, NC (336) 857-2131

Ornamental Characteristics
Category Flowering Vine or Ground-cover
Foliage Type Broadleaf Evergreen
Height indefinite
Spread (various) Ground-cover or Climbing Vine
Shape Climbing Vine or Ground-cover
Primary Foliage Color (Glossy) Green
Seasonal Foliage Color (Glossy) Green
Flowering Season Summer
Flower Color White
Can also be used as a ground-cover? Yes
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Fast
Sun Preferences Shade (needs 4 hours of sun)
Water Preferences Average: Ensure Planting area provides adequate drainage.
Cold Hardiness Zone 7b to 11