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Jasmine Plants

Jasmine Plants

Lending a floral, yet sensual fragrance, it is understandable why Jasmine plants are so popular in perfumery! Producing dainty, star-shaped flowers in many different colours, Jasmine plants are perfect for blanketing a wall or trellis with their fragrant blooms.

While the Common Jasmine flowers in the summer, the Winter Jasmine will keep your garden lively when other plant have died down. We recomend planting three varieties together for an all year round display!

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A Guide to Jasmine Plant Care

Whether you are considering getting a Jasmine plant, or already have one, this guide covers everything you need to know on Jasmine plant care. 

Read a guide to Jasmine plant care

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The 9 Best Climbers for Pergolas

Jasmine is a spreading plant that will quickly flow in all directions. So this plant will need training and careful pruning to encourage it into the right direction onto your pergola. 

Read our top 9 climbing plants that are perfect for pergolas

Jasmine Plants FAQs

  • Does Jasmine need a trellis?

    Climbing plants like Jasmine will need a supporting structure to grow. This is most commonly a trellis. Jasmine plants cannot climb a wall, but when trained to a trellis, they can grow up to two metres in a single season! If you do not want your Jasmine to climb, it will happily grow in a pot. Why not have it as a house plant to enjoy the heavenly scent indoors?

  • Do Jasmine plants lose their leaves in winter?

    Jasmine plants can either be deciduous, or semi-evergreen (if they are growing in milder climates). It is probable that your Jasmine plant will lose leaves at some point, and this shouldn’t be a cause for concern. If your Jasmine's leaves are beginning to dry up and fall off however, you are likely under-watering. 

  • Can I propagate my Jasmine plant? 

    Yes, your Jasmine can propagated from hardwood cuttings taken in wintertime. To do so, collect 15cm cuttings from the stem tips of your Jasmine plant (each one should be cut below a leaf). You can also propagate your Jasmine by planting any seeds it produces. 

  • When should I plant my Jasmine?

    You can begin growing Summer Jasmine in spring or autumn, and Winter Jasmine in autumn or winter. The care for both Summer and Winter Jasmine will be the same (but always factor in their differing flowering periods). 

  • Should I deadhead my Jasmine plant?

    Yes, it is wise to remove any spent blooms from your Jasmine plant. The flowers can be pinched off, but why not use them for herbal tea making or fragrant floral arrangements? 

  • Is Winter Jasmine a Shrub?

    Winter and Summer Jasmine are of a different species. Winter Jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) is classified as a winter flowering shrub, while Summer or Common Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) is recognised as a vine, and flowers from summer through to autumn.