, commonly known as star jasmine, a woody, evergreen climber with rich, dark green leaves which turn bronze in winter, produces hugely fragrant white flowers from mid to late summer.
En las ciudades de Mendoza y San Juan se cultivan otros "jasmines" como Trachelospermum jasminoides
Leather crassifolia Bergenia crassifolia Lily-of-the-valley Convallaria majalis Epimedium or bishop's hat Epimedium macrothum Wintercreeper Euonymus fortunei English ivy Hedera helix Plantain lily Hosta decorata Creeping lily Liriope spicata Moneywort or creeping jenny Lysimachia nummularia Creeping mahonia Mahonia repens Pachysandra or Japanese spurge Pachysandra terminalis Star jasmine Trachelospermum jasminoides
Periwinkle or creeping myrtle Vinca minor
A TRACHELOSPERMUM jasminoides
is an evergreen climber with white star-like flowers.
Evergreen Clematis armandii and fragrant Trachelospermum jasminoides
were trained up the walls and fences.
Opt for drought- <B tolerant plants for the garden such as Trachelospermum jasminoides
, above, and Choisya ternata,
is a great favourite here, with pure white flowers looking like the propellers of old fashioned aeroplanes.
5m (5ft) in a pot, Clematis Evening Star and Kingfisher, as well as trachelospermum jasminoides
variegatum, one of the best scented white climbers, which bears showers of starry white flowers which turn cream as they age.
ventricosa  Trachelospermum jasminoides
[108, 115] Gentianaceae Centaurium erythraea Raf.
Other plants that will thrive here are the trumpet vine or campsis, which produces flamboyant orange and red trumpet-shaped flowers, the fragrant Trachelospermum jasminoides
, which produces white "jasmine" flower clusters in summer, and ornamental vines.
Using grasses such as Deschampsia Cespitosa and Miscanthus Sinensis Gracillimus that tickle you as you leave the car and scented climbing Trachelospermum Jasminoides
all provide a sensory experience before you even get to your front door.
(star jasmine, half hardy) ?
White jasmines like Jasminum grandiflorum and the 'Star' jasmine, whose botanical name is Trachelospermum jasminoides
, are pruned severely after flowering or around early February, as they flower on new wood.
is a fantastic slow-growing climber which will reach around 10m, (32ft), in height if placed in a sheltered position against a warm wall.
My real favourites include hardy passionflowers and the sweetly scented climber Trachelospermum jasminoides
- both look great whether scrambling through existing shrubs or better still if trained on an overhead trellis framework.