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The word Jasmine conjures images of romantic foreign lands with fragrant gardens and exotic delights of food and drink. We carry many true Jasmines as well as other species with the common name Jasmine. Some are natives; all are gorgeous!
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    Jasminum nudiflorum

    Jasminum nudiflorum

    Regular Price: $14.95

    Special Price $7.50

    A true gem for those who get the itch for flowers before spring comes. Jasminum nudiflorum blooms in late winter on otherwise bare branches with a cascade of bright yellow flowers. Fully hardy to zone 6, Winter Jasmine has a mounding or arching habit but can be trained on a trellis where it can get much taller than 10 feet. Prune as desired. Learn More
  2. Gelsemium sempervirens Margarita

    Gelsemium sempervirens Margarita


    A beautiful and restrained vine with dark green foliage and golden yellow flowers in spring. May repeat some in fall, too. Also evergreen! Margarita is a strikingly hardy selection for gardeners who could never grow Jessamine before! Easy to grow and very giving. Plant parts are poisonous. A PHS Gold Medal Award winner. Learn More
  3. Jasminum beesianum

    Jasminum beesianum


    One of the hardiest Jasmines. A vigorous and easy to grow scandent shrub with scrambling stems, it will flower steadily in loose cluster from late spring through early summer. Semi-evergreen depending on climate. Learn More
  4. Trachelospermum Torafu

    Trachelospermum Torafu


    A very rare vine with spectacular foliage! The leaves are mostly green and gold splashed with amazing colors of orange and copper on the new growth. This is sometimes listed as Ogon Nishiki but we have it on good authority that its proper name is Torafu. Learn More
  5. Trachelospermum jasminoides Mandianum

    Trachelospermum jasminoides Mandianum


    While not a true Jasmine, this beautiful vine has intensely fragrant yellow flowers that look and smell much like Jasmine. The dark, glossy green leaves complement the flowers very nicely on this twiner. Prune as desired. Learn More
  6. Jasminum officinale f Affine

    Jasminum officinale f Affine


    Sometimes called Jasminum grandiflorum, Affine has larger flowers than the regular species with a lovely fragrance. Best scent in full morning sun but fine in partial shade as well. Learn More
  7. Jasminum officinale Fiona Sunrise

    Jasminum officinale Fiona Sunrise


    This is a unique selection of the species with consistently golden-chartreuse foliage all the time; even in strong sunlight. The white, fragrant flowers make a nice complement especially when this vine is paired with purple or blue flowered plants. Try it with Clematis The President! Several gardeners have noted to us that this plant has been hardy for them in zone 6! Learn More
  8. Trachelospermum Ogon

    Trachelospermum Ogon


    Golden foliage matures through chartreuse to light green on this striking cultivar from Japan. Makes a fine, bight ground cover in dappled shade. Learn More
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