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It climbs like jasmine, its flowers look and smell like jasmine- but still it is not a jasmine! We are talking about Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) which is native to Asia. In contrast to True Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) this climber keeps its glossy leaves all-the-year. Young leaves in spring are slighly reddish. Also, the leaves change colour to shiny red in autumn, depending on the way the plant was wintered. The fragrance of the wheel-shaped, snow-white summer flowers is very intense but not obtrusive. These slowly growing, robust climber therfore derserve a seasonal place on balcony, terrace or in a winter garden or - in regions with mild climate- a permanent spot in the garden. You can plant Star Jasmine in the garden provided some shade for the branches in winter and covering the roots with dry leaves.
Quality: white flowers with intense fragrance; long lasting blooming period; slowly growing climber for blinds and trellis; evergreen & easy to care
Use: in pots starting from March to November outside on balcony & terrace; all year round in an unheated greenhouse; planted in the garden (winter protection)
|Height||3 - 4 m|
|Flowering period||constantly blooming|
|Color of flowers||white|
|winter temperature||10 (±10)°C|
|Minimum temperature||-15 °C|
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