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Snow-N-Summer™ Asiatic Jasmine Shrub

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $46.95

77 reviews
Growing Zones: 7-9
Growing Zones 7-9
Star Jasmine

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $67.95 Starting at $64.95

68 reviews
Growing Zones: 8-11
Growing Zones 8-11
Carolina Jasmine

Sunlight: Full-Part Sun

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $52.95

43 reviews
Growing Zones: 7-10
Growing Zones 7-10
Asiatic Jasmine Shrub

Sunlight: Full Sun

Growth Rate: Moderate

Starting at $41.95

7 reviews
Growing Zones: 7-10
Growing Zones 7-10

Jasmine flowers and plants are beloved for the intoxicating sweet fragrance emitted from delicate, white star-shaped flower clusters. A vining flower, jasmine is perfect for planting in mass as ground cover or as a privacy screen.

Star jasmine features classic white flowers and sprawling growth

Types of Jasmine Plant

There are more than 200 varieties of the Jasmine flower plant. We’ve highlighted two of our favorite varieties.

Carolina Jasmine: Also known as yellow jasmine, this variety is a fast-growing, flowering evergreen cherished for its clusters of fragrant yellow blossoms. But even better than its beauty is its versatility, as it can be trained to grow however you like, adding appeal to unappealing spaces.

Star Jasmine: This night bloomer develops white, pinwheel-shaped flowers in spring, along with textured green leaves, to fill the air with a sweet, honey-like aroma!

Looking for jasmine plants can be confusing. In addition to the numerous Jasmine varieties, there are also false jasmines—plants that aren’t true jasmine but share similarities with jasmine plants. While these plants might not technically be jasmine, they’ll still make an excellent addition to your yard.

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Grow and Care for Jasmine Flower Plant

Carolina jasmine blooms in a sunny, vibrant yellow

When to plant: Planting a jasmine is simple. Put them in the ground between June and November, as they bloom in the spring and fall.

Where to plant: Jasmine is hardy in USDA zones 7-10, which roughly translates to southern states and the west coast.

Sunlight: Jasmine grows in full sun to partial shade.

Soil: Plant jasmine in organically rich, well-draining, constantly moist soil. The pH should be between 6.5 to 7.5.

Water: Jasmine planted in gardens should be watered once a week. Water potted jasmine 2 to 3 times a week.

Common Questions about Jasmine Plants

What is the difference between Jessamine and Jasmine?

Jasmine and Jessamine are two different plants that are often confused with each other because of their similar names and appearance. Both are evergreen vines with fragrant and showy flowers. However, jasmine blooms later and is less cold-hardy.

Why is my jasmine not flowering?

There could be any number of culprits, from insufficient sunlight to improper pruning and environmental stress. The most common reasons why jasmine doesn’t flower are over-fertilization and nutrient deficiencies. Over-fertilization can lead to excessive nitrogen in the soil, which promotes foliage growth at the expense of blooms. To remedy this, add phosphorus to the soil.

Can I grow my jasmine plant in a container?

Yes, you can absolutely grow jasmine plants in containers. In fact, it's a popular choice for home gardeners who have limited space or want to control the plant's growth.

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