1. PERFECT PLANTS#ad
1 Gallon, Perfect Plants Confederate Jasmine Live Plant, Includes Care Guide#adPERFECT PLANTS #ad - Mature height: 10-12ft | mature width: 4Ft, Confederate Jasmine is easy to manipulate with garden steaks, garden wire, or plant clips.
This hardy vine is easy to shape along fence-lines, Trellises, decks, gazebos, walls, mailboxes, benches, and hand-rails. Jasmine plants love the sun and would enjoy a spot in the landscape that receives full sun and partial shade throughout the day.
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4" Pot, 9GreenBox, Carolina Jasmine#ad9GreenBox #ad - Regular watering and fertilizing should take place. Taking care of jasmine plant - the most common pests for Jasmine species are whiteflies, nematodes and mealybugs. The excess vines of your Jasmine Plant should be cut off regularly. Jasmine plant – a small shrub or vine that is widely cultivated for its stunning and sweet-scented flowers.
9greenbox carolina jasmine that you will be receiving in your purchase is potted in a 4'' inch pot. Can also be used as a fragrant ingredient in perfumes and as a jasmine tea.
Can be grown indoor or outdoor. A full to light shade of sun light is best for Jasmine Plant. Proudly Homegrown by 9GreenBox. Some are slowly and others are aggressively growing that requires regular trimming. Pruning – depending on your jasmine plant variety, if it is a shrub your main goal is to maintain the size or the shape as what you wish it to be.
3. Florida Foliage#ad
Beautiful Fragrant Blooming Vine, 60 Live Plants, Gelsemium Sempervirens Jessamine, Carolina Jasmine#adFlorida Foliage #ad - These sprawling vines are native to the southeastern united States where winters are mild and summers are hot. Pruning time: spring after flowering. The flowers are followed by seed capsules that ripen slowly over the remainder of the season. Sap may irritate; protect skin when pruning.
They are easy to start indoors in late winter or outdoors in late spring when the soil is thoroughly warm. Air dry them for three or four days and then remove the seeds. Carolina jessamine is rated for USDA plant hardiness zones 7 through 9.
Water deeply, evenly moist, or allow to ramble on the ground. This emerald green vine is famous for adapting to chain-link fences. Provide support such as trellis or arbor, slightly acidic, well-drained soil. Prune annually to control size. They tolerate an occasional frost, but persistent freezes kill them. Often combined with other deciduous flowering vines to extend its season of color.
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4. Emerald Goddess Gardens#ad
Carolina Jasmine Fragrant Swamp Jessamine Yellow Spring Flowering Vine Live Plant Starter Size 4 Inch Pot Emerald TM#adEmerald Goddess Gardens #ad - Recommended usda zone range 7, 8, 9, 10. Economical starter size plant growing in a 4 inch diameter pot. Fragrant, showy cascades and boughs and one inch bright yellow trumpets in the Spring.
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5. Pixies Gardens#ad
Pixies Gardens 3 Gallon Carolina Jasmine Fragrant Native Evergreen Vine-Great for Trellis Climber#adPixies Gardens #ad - Yellow trumpet shaped flowers, fragrant flowers blooms fall to early spring. We cannot ship certain plants and some sizes to California due to restrictions placed by the California Department of Agriculture.
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6. Florida Foliage#ad
Carolina Jasmine | 3 Live Plants | Gelsemium Sempervirens Jessamine | Fragrant Blooming Vine Foliage#adFlorida Foliage #ad - This emerald green vine is famous for adapting to chain-link fences. They are easy to start indoors in late winter or outdoors in late spring when the soil is thoroughly warm. Often combined with other deciduous flowering vines to extend its season of color.
Provide support such as trellis or arbor, or allow to ramble on the ground. Sap may irritate; protect skin when pruning. Water deeply, evenly moist, regularly during first growing season to establish extensive root system. They tolerate an occasional frost, but persistent freezes kill them.
Carolina jessamine vines are covered with clusters of fragrant, yellow flowers in late winter and spring. Thrives in enriched, slightly acidic, well-drained soil. If you want to collect a few seeds to start new plants, pick the capsules in fall after the seeds inside have turned brown. Pruning time: spring after flowering. Grown, arbor or over fences and walls without smothering surrounding trees and shrubs. It can disguise fences around tennis courts, swimming pools and even corrals.
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7. Wekiva Foliage#ad
Carolina Jasmine, Gelsemium Sempervirens, Rare and Exotic Flowering Vine, Live Plant in a 10 Inch Growers Pot#adWekiva Foliage #ad - Carolina jasmine is winter hardy to USDA Zones 7-10 where it is best grown in moist, well-drained soils in full sun. Also known as carolina jasmine, Carolina Jessamine, Carolina Yellow Jessamine, Yellow Jessamine. The golden, funnel or trumpet-shaped blooms are 1½ inches long and seen in small clusters, with narrow, glossy evergreen foliage.
Carolina jessamine is tolerant of wind, organically rich, short periods of drought and moderately salt tolerant. Plants will grow as a twining vine or if unsupported as a bushy ground cover.
The foliage bronzes in winter. Admired for its sweetly scented, canary yellow flowers, this vine really puts on a show from February to April, depending on the weather. The jessamine has a modest growth rate until well-established; it generally takes three to four growing seasons for the vines to cover an average-sized arbor. Born in the south, gelsemium sempervirens, commonly called the Carolina jessamine is a terrific native vine for Carolina landscapes.
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