Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison'
Also known as:
- Madison Asian Star Jasmine
alkaline, adaptable, well-drained, rich
regular, drought tolerant
sun, mostly sun, bright shade, dappled shade, mostly shade, shade
seaside / salt tolerant
spring, summer, fall
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Description by: Brushwood Nursery
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While not a true Jasmine, this beautiful vine has intensely fragrant white flowers that look and smell much like Jasmine. The dark, glossy green leaves complement the flowers very nicely on this twiner. Prune as desired.
Description by: Forestfarm
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This hardier version of a DEElightfully fragrant old friend was developed by Cedar Lane Nursery; a vigorous dense vine/groundcover. PSh/Med
Description by: Xera Plants
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Its hard to beat the powerfully fragrant flowers of Star Jasmine, 'Madison' is a form from the SE US that has proven itself to be hardier to cold. In fact, a 20 year old specimen in Portland bears that out- it has never been damaged by cold. Leaves on this variety are slightly larger but the flowers are the same creamy white propellar shaped flowers that appear in an initial large flush in late spring and then continue sporadically through summer. The fragrance is more akin to citrus blossoms than the sweet musky scent of the species. To 12' tall and as wide in 5 years. Twines, provides support, thrives in full sun to a fair amount of shade. Best in rich well drained soil with regular water in summer.
Description by: Logee's Plants for Home & Garden
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'Madison' is a new cultivar with a sweeter fragrance than the standard Confederate Jasmine and it has the benefit of a longer blooming season. The oval, dark, shiny leaves are thick and leathery yet the undersides are velvet-like. 'Madison' is drought tolerant and is planted in the southern landscape as a tall ground cover. The fragrant blooms engulf the bush every spring. Hardy to Zone 7, 'Madison' can take temperatures into the teens and as a container plant, it can be used for fragrance in baskets or trained on a stake or trellis. This variety is relatively pest-free.
Description by: Cistus Nursery
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A selection several years ago from Madison, Georgia where several species, some thought to be quite frost hardy were killed in a sub 0F freeze. This free flowering selection has 1 1/2" rounded leaves, quite felty on the reverse, and nearly 1/2" palest yellow flowers in great abundance in spring through early summer, then sporadically through fall. Makes a fine ground cover or pot specimen. One plant near our Portland home graces a 2 1/2 story chimney and is drop-dead gorgeous. Full sun to partial shade; at home in full shade but flowers more sparsely. Frost hardy in USDA zone 7, possibly even brief dips into upper zone 6.