By Julie Christensen. Looking for a fast growing, low-maintenance plant for your southern garden? The star jasmine might be just the thing. Also known as.
Star Jasmine has glossy foliage & sweetly scented flowers. It's versatile & can be trained in many ways. Here's how to care for & grow Star Jasmine.
One perennial that loves to reside in a container is the Confederate Jasmine ( Trachelospermum Jasminoides). Lavish tiny white flowers deliver.
How to Plant Confederate Jasmine. Confederate jasmine is a hardy, fragrant perennial that grows rapidly. It is a flowering vine that requires vertical support for .
Confederate jasmine needs little care and suffers few problems if grown under the right conditions, but it will look and bloom better if provided.
Native to the southeastern U.S., Confederate jasmine grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through Best grown in full sun, use it.
Is star jasmine good for hedges? Many gardeners think so. Growing a jasmine hedge is easy and the result is sure to be beautiful. If you are.