This Asian native is a delightful addition to any landscape! The star-shaped, sweet-smelling white flowers bloom throughout its growing season and are a perfect complement to its dark green, glossy leaves. The Confederate Jasmines (Trachelospermum Jasminoides) oval leaves change to a stunning red-bronze during the winter months. While the Confederate (or Star) Jasmine prefers full to partial sun and an average-draining soil, it is easily trained on a trellis and responds well to sculpting for use as a topiary.
Confederate Jasmine Key Points
* Native to China, Korea and Japan commonly found in the southern United States
* Star-shaped, white, sweet-smelling flowers
* Glossy oval-shaped, dark green leaves turn to a red-bronze during winter months
* Can be container-grown in colder temperatures in a cool greenhouse
* Highly adaptable will grow in nearly any soil type and sun exposure
* Prefers full to partial sun with average-draining soil
*please note: decorative container (shown in photo) is sold separately.
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 7 - 12
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Mature Height: 10' - 30
Light Needs Full to Partial Sun
Watering Needs Drought-tolerant / average water
Blooms Spring, Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall
Botanical: Trachelospermum Jasminoides
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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