Scented Star Jas­mine

Woman's Weekly (UK) - - Knitting -

Al­though Trach­e­losper­mum jas­mi­noides is not of the Jas­mine fam­ily, it is of­ten con­fused as such for its com­mon name of Star Jas­mine. This el­e­gant ev­er­green climber bears thou­sands of pure white, star-shaped flow­ers through­out sum­mer on twin­ing woody stems. The glossy, rich ev­er­green fo­liage turns deep red and bronze in au­tumn, form­ing the per­fect back­drop for its dra­matic blooms which per­fume the air with an ir­re­sistible, sweet fra­grance. A stun­ning ad­di­tion to a scented pa­tio gar­den or grown against a shel­tered wall for a truly glam­orous dis­play.

Height and spread: Up to: 8m (26ft). Sup­plied as 2 litre pot­ted plants.

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