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Star Jasmine

These heavily scented evergreen climbers have an really sweet perfume and are used in hedging or to climb up walls across the mediterranean
Current Description
Known by gardeners as Trachelospermum jasminoides these climbers are famous for their fragrance and although they are usually thought of as a Mediterranean plant they will do well outside in a sheltered summer garden. Further north or in an exposed spot they are best brought inside in the winter months. We've got some lovely new Trachleospernum in this week, strong plants in bud and flower these are trained up a single 3ft cane.
90cm+ tall in a 2L pot
1 x Star Jasmine   + £0.00
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Star Jasmine
Care Instrictions

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This summer flowering climber will is often called a “jasmine” as it has sweetly scented starry flowers. Its latin name however is trachelospermum jasminoides – it is a garden plant and it will be a star performer on a sunny wall.

When these plants are in small pots they will need watering frequently, especially if it sunny. If you have to go away for a while stand them in a tray or saucer which has a little water in it. When it is practical it would be good to plant out in the garden. Choose a sunny sheltered spot – these plants need warmth and light. If you prefer you can keep your plant in a container in a conservatory, but keep it well watered and fed, and protect it from extreme heat or scorch in midsummer.

The plants are self supporting but the young growth might a bit of encouragement so a little support might be helpful so you can tie it in. If your plant has any setbacks due to extreme winter weather just cut back the dead growth and it will recover.