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Star Jasmine

Trachelospermum jasminoides
    7 reviews
Star Jasmine
Star Jasmine
Star Jasmine
Star Jasmine
Star Jasmine
Star Jasmine
Images shown are of mature plants.

Star Jasmine

Trachelospermum jasminoides
    7 reviews

Stunning, Fragrant Vine Loaded with Delicate White Star-Shaped Flowers

  • Evergreen
  • Breathtaking on walls, fences, trellises or anywhere it can climb
  • Great summer container plant in cooler climates
  • Low maintenance
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Looking for the perfect way to showcase or spruce up part of your property, like a fence, mailbox, or patio? Look no further than the stunning and exotic Star Jasmine!

This evergreen vine, also known as Confederate Jasmine, is a real head-turner with its aromatic, star-shaped flowers. In spring and summer, these vines are loaded with delicate, white flowers that you are sure to adore. The deep green, glossy foliage adds another dimension to this beautiful, climbing vine.

Star Jasmine can twine and vine to a mature length of about 20 feet. This vine thrives in full to partial sun and is adaptable to any well-drained soil. Be sure to keep the soil moist to keep this Jasmine happy.

Grab a fragrant Star Jasmine before they're gone!

Star Jasmine FAQ

Is This Jasmine Fast Growing?

It is a fast growing vine with beautiful star shaped blossoms that will quickly cover a fence or trellis. Confederate Star Jasmine is known to wrap itself around objects such as a post or a pole in the garden.

Does This Jasmine Need Full Sun Exposure?

This perennial is adaptable and does best in full sun to part shade conditions.

Does This Perennial Lose Leaves In The Winter?

The colder winter months or a lack of sunlight can encourage the Star Jasmine to drop leaves.

Caring for Star Jasmine
The Star Jasmine thrives in full sun, but can tolerate a small amount of shade. It can grow in any soil that isn't overly saturated. Water deeply twice weekly for 1 to 2 months after planting. Once established, water as needed. Jasmine will flower best when the soil is kept slightly moist, but will tolerate dry conditions. Fertilize with a balanced, slow release fertilizer in early spring. If you grow your Star Jasmine in a container, fertilize at least one additional time per year in midsummer. If needed, prune after flowering. Deer and rabbit are unlikely to bother Jasmine. This vine is also pest and disease resistant.
Landscape ideas

The Star Jasmine climbs mailboxes, walls, and trellises transforming them into a stunning, colorful vision!  It is an affordable way to mask ugly fences. But there is so much more to this climbing vine! Try the Star Jasmine as a mounding ground cover. It looks amazing cascading down a slope, over rocks or a low wall. Plant the Star Jasmine in a container if you don't live in growing zones 8-10. You can even prune it back and move it inside when the weather cools so you can enjoy it year after year!

For additional options, be sure to browse our Phlox and Ground Cover Plants collections.

growing zone 8-10
Growing Zones 8-10
Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Adaptable, Well Drained
Sunlight Full, Partial
Drought Tolerance Semi
Mature Height 15-20 Feet
Mature Width 1-2 Feet
Growth Rate fast
Bloom Color White

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