Jasminum fruticans

Also known as:

  • Wild Jasmine

Plant Type

shrub

Zones

6a-10b

Size

H:3'-12'
W:3'-12'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

even moisture

Sun Exposure:

sun, part sun, part shade

Features

Flowers:

yellow

Foliage:

evergreen, semi-evergreen

Wildlife:

deer resistant

Flowering Time:

summer, fall

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Italian Jasmine is a deciduous shrub native to the mountainsides bordering the Mediterranean. To 4' tall and as wide it produces copious amounts of small, fragrant yellow flowers, with an initial large flush in late spring and then continuously until fall. Full sun and well drained soil. Tolerant of drought and heat. Prune in summer. Spreads by runners that stabilize the soil. Cold Hardy. Blooms along time. Great plant, works well with Ceanothus.

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A native of Southern Europe and the Mediterranean region, a hardy, evergreen shrub, 10 to 12 feet high, with weak, slender stems, requiring support and bearing yellow, odorless flowers from heavy bloom in spring then sporadically until autumn. An ancient plant -- the first record was in 1545 in Padova Botanic Garden in Venice. Hardy to -5 degrees.

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