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The classic Star Jasmine bloom.
This plant may not thrive in your area
The Star Jasmine is famous for...
• Sweet fragrance that fills up your backyard or patio • Long-lasting, bright white blooms • Low-maintenance
White, pinwheel-shaped flowers emerge in spring, against a backdrop of textured glossy green leaves. These gorgeous blooms fill the air with a sweet, honey-like aroma that will excite your senses and draw you into the garden time and again.
Star Jasmine is considered a night-bloomer, with blossoms opening up in the early evening when temperatures cool down. To create an air of romance on your deck or terrace, plant the jasmine in containers where trailing vines can gently spill over the side.
For a spectacular accent, use Star Jasmine to conceal the upright support posts of your covered patio, or add some depth to a perennial bed by training it to climb a wire trellis. To hide an unsightly retaining wall with style and finesse, create a planter bed and allow Star Jasmine to cascade gracefully down the wall.
Consider planting this vine on an open pergola frame to create an irresistible, shaded retreat. With Star Jasmine, you can transform your outdoor living space into an exotic vacation destination.
Hardy and robust, this flowering beauty appreciates full sun to partial shade and will tolerate high heat as well as temperatures as low as 10 degrees. Adaptable to most soil types, Star Jasmine is moderately drought-tolerant and practically maintenance-free.
It's so versatile by nature, you can even grow Star Jasmine as a houseplant, so don't hesitate to grow it in containers if you live in cold northern regions.
This trailing vine is extremely popular and sells out quickly. Order yours today, while supplies last.
We've done the hard work for you. Other nurseries give you a newly-cut vine that takes years to build up the strength to grow vertically. However, our Star Jasmine vines have been trained to grow on mini-trellises... that means they'll arrive strong enough to grow upwards.