Are you sure this plant is related to Asian Jasmin? It's attractive, but said not to tolerate heat well. It's supposed to be a new cultivar.
The common name Jasmine covers a broad array of vines and shrubs that come from all corners of the temperate world. Some of these are true Jasmines, from the Jasminum genus, but there many more Jasmines and Jessamines in different plant families that deserve attention. Most Jasmines that are commonly found in garden centers are covered in this article.
This showy vine is the coolest groundcover out there, boasting vivacious variegation, rich color, and stellar scent from its summer flowers! This evergreen vine offers year-round impact in zones 7 to 9. New growth emerges pinkand transitions to white. As the leaves mature they become variegated; abright white contrasts a deep emerald green.
Everybody is always looking for THAT plant. In other words, everybody wants a plant that is as close to taking care of a plastic plant as possible, um, without being plastic, of course. In the end, there is no such drug.
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Star Jasmine is a versatile plant indeed. The sweetly scented star-like flowers along with the gorgeous glossy foliage are its big draw. This is all about how to care for and grow Star Jasmine.