otherwise known as Confederate Jasmine,
has a heady though heavenly fragrance.
This wonderful jasmine will bloom best
in sun to partially shaded areas.
The flowers are sweetly fragrant,
about 1" in diameter, 5-petaled,
cream-white in some blooms.
Evergreen Confederate Jasmine prefers moist, well drained soil.
This blooming niche...
...needs a wonderful fountain to complete it
Isn't this the cutest little blue cottage?
(I'm not sure where I got this pic, but if it's yours email me and I'll give you credit)
As a vine, Confederate Jasmine can be utilized to cover
fences, arbors, trellises, fences, mailboxes, or posts.
It can also be grown as a spreading shrub or groundcover,
1½ to 2 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide.
Be sure you put it where it receive the most foot-traffic.
Its fragrance and appearance must be frequently appreciated...
...why would you want to waste smelling heaven?
Be warned though, the bees do love them!