Trachelospermum jasminoides

2 lt pot (60cm cane) £29.99
available to order from late autumn
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Buy Trachelospermum jasminoides star jasmine: Very fragrant white flowers

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to August
  • Hardiness: frost hardy (needs winter protection)

    An attractive woody, evergreen climber with rich, dark green leaves which turn bronze in winter. Clusters of highly fragrant, pure white flowers are produced from mid- to late summer. It is best grown against a warm, sunny wall in milder areas or in a greenhouse or conservatory in areas prone to severe frosts.

  • Garden care: After flowering has finished prune back to fit the available space. In frost prone areas, grow in pots of loam-based potting compost, such as John Innes No2 and move to a frost-free spot in winter.

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Very nice!

5

Came quickly and doing great in the garden, even after our cold spells. Can't wait to see it grow and bloom in the summer!

Lizzy G

Nottingham

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Arrived well packaged, healthy looking good sized plant.

5

Trained along a wooden fence. Good coverage, good scent.

Sweetpea

Central England

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Great evergreen

5

I bought two of these and have them in pots on the patio. They're twining themselves along wire and up onto some trellis very nicely, giving me some nice year-round screening from my neighbours.

Helen

Macclesfield

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I would buy this shrub again

5

I've planted this in a large tub at the base of a wooden arch intending to train it up. I am looking forward to enjoying its scent next year

Allymo

Warwickshire

Still alive.. no flowers yet.

4

I'm not sure why this hasn't flowered, but has survived the winter. I bought for fragrant flowers and so hopefully it will bloom soon.

Keen learner london

London

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Pleasantly surprised

5

Bought from crocus to cover some unsightly fence posts. Really surprised by the size, and how healthy looking these plants where when they arrived. Highly recommended.

Flexington

East Yorkshire

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I would buy this plant in a 6 litre pot

4

I ordered this plant in March last year (2018) it came perfectly packaged and healthy. I ordered 2. However, it has taken a while to grow. It did bloom last summer despite its small size but towards the end of august began growing leggy stems (2 in total) I was worried that the plant will look unbalanced and bottom heavy decided to prune these back. The plants have survived this winter and I will try relocate them to a sunnier spot to see if they will grow bigger. So far I can see light green buds so that's a good sign. I wanted them to grow along the wall but I think it may take a couple of years to really establish. So if you are looking for a rapid climber this isn't the one for you.

Garden enthusiast

East Riding of Yorkshire

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Consistently high quality plants

5

This is the latest of several shrubs that we have bought from Crocus. They have been so consistently good that Crocus is now our "go to" site for plants. Every order has been delivered on time, beautifully packaged and in really healthy condition. Highly recommended.

PeteT

Wellington, Somerset

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A strong, robust plant

4

I bought this plant late in the season last year. It arrived in flower but it has not flowered yet since I planted it - hence only the four stars. It is planted against a west facing fence and now, in mid February, it is looking very strong and healthy, having survived very well all the winter weather so far. - five stars for how it looks now, I am looking forward very much to enjoying its fragrant flowers.

Emjay

Near Lincoln

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I would buy this product again

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Anonymous

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My star jasmine has just arrived from Crocus. It has three main stems which are about 150 cm high. Should I separate them and tie them into trellis in a fan shape and then reduce the height or leave them as they are? The fence I would like to be covered with the jasmine is approximately 200cm high by 180 cm wide. Many thanks for your advice, Regards, Carolyn Cowling

Head gardener

I would very carefully unravel the stems and then tie them onto the support - but do not cut them back as next year, you will see lateral growth appearing.

Helen

Can this be grown in a pot ?

Rachael

Yes, it can be grown in a large pot for a few years, however ultimately it will be much happier if planted in the ground.

Helen

Hi how could I protect Jasmine climber in my patio during London winter? Thanks

Omnia

You could cover it with a layer of frost fleece on colder nights, however provided you have a relatively sheltered garden, and it is growing against a sunny wall, you may not need to protect it at all - unless the temperatures really plummet.

Helen

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