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While not a true jasmine, this beautiful-smelling look-alike tends to be easier to grow than Confederate Jasmine. It boasts rich, glossy oval leaves with white variegation around the edges with clusters of sweet, fragrant, star-shaped blooms appearing in late spring to early summer. The Variegated Confederate Jasmine (Trachelospermum Jasminoides Variegatum) does best in well-draining soil with moderate sunlight; however, it is shade tolerant as well. This stunning and wildly popular vine is used often in southern landscapes as it is resilient, simple to maintain and pest and disease resistant.
Variegated Confederate Jasmine Key Points
Popular in the south
Star-shaped, white, sweet-smelling flowers in late spring to early summer
Glossy oval-shaped, dark green leaves with white-cream variegation around the edges
Pest and disease resistant
Prefers well-draining soil with moderate sunlight, shade tolerant
GROWTH & CARE
8 - 10
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Partial Sun / Partial Shade
Late spring to early summer
Trachelospermum Jasminoides Variegatum
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