Dec 29, · Asian jasmine tolerates a wide range of light conditions from full shade to full sun. In areas that are typically hot and dry, plant it in a partially shady location for best performance, although.
Look before you leap when it comes to planting Asian jasmine vines. You may be attracted by the plant’s small, dark-green leaves and pretty white flowers, or its reputation as an easy ground cover. However, once you lose control of jasmine, keeping it where you want it can be difficult. Read on Author: Teo Spengler.
What is Asian Jasmine? Asiatic jasmine (Trachelospermum asiaticum) is not actually related to jasmine plants, but it does produce white to yellow, fragrant, star-shaped flowers that are similar to jasmine. It is native to Japan and Korea and is hardy in USDA zones 7b through 10, where it Author: Liz Baessler.
Monrovia's Asian Star Jasmine details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.