AMPLEX Confederate Jasmine Vine Live Plant, 3 Gallon, Creeping Vine

Price: $39.99

  • Intoxicatingly fragrant vine; flowers pack a huge punch of Sweet fragrance and can easily perfume an entire yard.
  • Does not ship to CA or az.
  • Drought-tolerant; suitable for xeriscaping

9GreenBox - Confederate Jasmine - 6 Pack

Price: $10.38

  • JASMINE PLANT - a small shrub or vine that is widely cultivated for its stunning and sweet-scented flowers. Can also be used as a fragrant ingredient in perfumes and as a jasmine tea. Approximately grows up to 1.6 to 9.8 ft in height. Can be grown indoor or outdoor.
  • PRUNING - Depending on your Jasmine Plant variety, if it is a shrub your main goal is to maintain the size or the shape as what you wish it to be. Some are slowly and others are aggressively growing that requires regular trimming. If your Jasmine Plant belongs to vining variety you also need to regularly practice trellis and make sure to secure the weaker vines to assist it in holding on. The excess vines of your Jasmine Plant should be cut off regularly.
  • TAKING CARE OF JASMINE PLANT - the most common pests for Jasmine species are whiteflies, nematodes and mealybugs. In order to prevent your plant from these destroying insects, you can apply a neem oil to your plants soil and that should aid the insect's issues.

9Greenbox Jasmine Confederate Starter Plants, 4 Pound (Pack of 10)

Price: $20.99

  • Great gift for a gardener of any skill level
  • Easy to grow, quick to establish
  • Homegrown by 9greenbox

(1 Gallon) CONFEDERATE JASMINE - Produces Clusters of Small, White Flowers That Look like tiny pinwheels. Flowers are extremely fragrant And Can Easily Perfume An Entire Yard

(1 Gallon) CONFEDERATE JASMINE - Produces Clusters of Small, White Flowers That Look like tiny pinwheels. Flowers are extremely fragrant And Can Easily Perfume An Entire Yard

Price: $34.99

  • Produces lots of small, white flowers spring and summer
  • Fast-growing, vine that can be grown on lamp posts, trellises, arbors
  • Relatively pest free and drought resistant

Confederate Jasmine Fragrant Evergreen Vine - Trade Gallon

Price: $24.99

  • In early spring and summer, confederate Jasmine produces clusters of Small, White flowers that look like tiny pinwheels. Despite their diminutive size, the flowers pack a huge punch of Sweet fragrance
  • They are covered with thick Glossy evergreen leaves that are 2 in long, Oval shaped, and pointed at both ends confederate Jasmine is a fast-growing, evergreen vine
  • It can be grown on lamp posts, Trellises, or arbors. It will easily twine through chain link fences and makes a great, evergreen screen. Also great for use as a ground cover.

How to grow Star Jasmine (Confederate Jasmine) with a detailed description

The products I use - This video is a detailed description of Star Jasmine. Star Jasmine is also frequently called Confederate Jasmine. It is a fast growing evergreen...

Extent of weather damage to landscape plants won't be known for months - New Bern Sun Journal

Cold-damaged foliage of Distylium 'Blue Cascade' at the Craven County Agricultural Building is shown. Some discoloration of the stem is also visible in the lower left of the photo. For this and many other landscape plants across the region, the full extent of damage as well as potential for recovery from recent freezing temperatures won't be evident until well into the growing season....

Google news feed

  1. This RSS feed URL is deprecated
  2. Myrtle Beach Sun News (blog) Can you name South Carolina's official designations? Hint: There's a ton of them
    The official bird, the Carolina wren. And the official flower, the yellow jasmine. In fact, we have our home surrounded with the sweet smell of jasmine, but we go one further than South Carolina. Ours is Confederate jasmine. I'm partial to several of
  3. Attendance up at Unity and Diversity Committee meetings
    With discussion topics ranging from Robert E. Lee High School in Tyler to Confederate symbols and Roseanne Barr, attendance at Unity and Diversity Committee meetings is growing again. “We feel strongly about unity and diversity and for everyone being
  4. DC Theatre Scene From Charleston, SC, opening day for 2018 Spoleto Festival USA
    Charleston ravishes the senses. The unique aromas of this town hit you on your first step onto its streets. Confederate jasmine and magnolia mix with the smell of salty pluff mud at low tide. That in turn folds in the smell of carriage horses
  5. Civitans' Wilmington alley named for late Dave Spetrino Sr.
    The Civitans went right to work planting 50 Confederate jasmine vines and installing planters to beautify the alley. A plaque on the side of the Bullock Building outlines the history of the alley. (John Bullock was a member of the Wilmington Civitan Club).


  1. How to Plant Confederate Jasmine. Confederate jasmine is a hardy, fragrant perennial that grows rapidly. It is a flowering vine that requires vertical support for optimal growth.
  2. By Julie Christensen Looking for a fast growing, low-maintenance plant for your southern garden? The star jasmine might be just the thing. Also known as confederate jasmine, star jasmine is hardy in USDA plant hardiness zones 7B through 10.
  3. Add fashion to your outdoor living space or garden by choosing this fragrant Confederate Large Leaf Jasmine. Drought tolerant.
  4. If you think that your animal is ill or may have ingested a poisonous substance, contact your local veterinarian or our 24-hour emergency poison hotline directly at 1-888-426-4435.
  5. Trachelospermum asiaticum. Asiatic Jasmine Minima is a woody, vining plant that is preferred by many designers and commercial landscapers for its capability to form dense mats of foliage that suppresses weed growth.
flower nature jasmine
Photo by brad23707 on Flickr

white flower floral jasmine challengeyouwinner
Photo by Auntie P on Flickr

louisiana vine batonrouge trachelospermumjasminoides confederatejasmine
aka Star Jasmine Trachelospermum jasminoides April 24, 2010 Vigorous, hardy evergreen and invasive fragrant flowers
Photo by dermoidhome on Flickr