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Jasmine Confederate

Jasmine Confederate


Description: Confederate Jasmine is a twining vine that produces clusters of small, white, star-shaped flowers with a sweet, jasmine-like fragrance. The flowers typically bloom in late spring to early summer and may continue sporadically throughout the growing season. The glossy, dark green leaves provide an attractive backdrop to the flowers and remain evergreen in mild climates.

Size: This vine can grow quite vigorously and may reach lengths of 20 to 30 feet (6 to 9 meters) or more under ideal growing conditions. However, it is easily controlled with regular pruning and can be maintained at a smaller size if desired. It has a twining growth habit, meaning it will wrap itself around nearby structures or supports as it climbs.

Best Growing Zones: Confederate Jasmine is well-suited to USDA hardiness zones 8 to 11. It thrives in regions with mild winters and warm, humid summers. While it prefers full sun to partial shade, it can tolerate a range of light conditions. In hotter climates, providing some afternoon shade can help protect the plant from excessive heat.

Soil Requirements: This vine prefers well-drained soil with average fertility. It can tolerate a variety of soil types, including sandy, loamy, or clay soil, as long as it's not overly wet. Adding organic matter to the soil can improve its structure and fertility, promoting healthy growth.

Maintenance: Confederate Jasmine is relatively low-maintenance once established. Regular pruning is recommended to control its size and shape, as well as to remove any dead or tangled growth. Pruning is best done after flowering or in late winter to early spring before new growth begins. Providing support or a trellis for the vine to climb will help guide its growth and create an attractive display.

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