Carolina jasmine

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Related to Carolina jessamine: confederate jasmine, coral honeysuckle
  • noun

Synonyms for Carolina jasmine

poisonous woody evergreen vine of southeastern United States having fragrant yellow funnel-shaped flowers

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TOXIC NECTAR--Nectar of the Carolina jessamine flower carries gelsemine, which can poison bees and mammals exposed to substantial doses.
Flowering vines Zones 7-9, 14-17: When many other vines are finished blooming for the year, cheery yellow Carolina jessamine, lavender Hardenbergia violacea, and fragrant Jasminum polyanthum put on a show in winter and early spring.
Crossvine, Carolina jessamine, coral honeysuckle, and the native American wisteria are excellent choices for festooning an arbor or naturally clambering up a tree.
Zones 7-9, 14-17: Good choices include fragrant, yellow-flowered Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens); white-flowered evergreen clematis (C.
Smothered with coral honeysuckle and Carolina jessamine, an arch tops the gates, which beckon with promise of more than an iota of art.
Try azalea, camellia, Carolina jessamine, daphne, flowering quince, forsythia, hardenbergia, heath, primrose jasmine, or some types of viburnum.
For starters, I might have opted for two beauties that are flowering now: Hardenbergia violacea, the purple-blooming Australian pea or Gelsemium sempervirens, the yellow-trumpeted Carolina jessamine.
In hot inland areas, give Carolina jessamine and star jasmine afternoon shade.
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