Star of Tuscany Jasmine Plants

General Info Wildlife Value
Shade Full Sun
Soil Good, Well Drained
Colour White/Cream, Yellow/Gold
Type Evergreen, Pot Grown
Ornamental Fragrant
Flowering Jun, Jul, Aug

Trachelospermum jasminoides Star of Toscana

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Star of Toscana / Tuscany Jasmine Plants, Trachelospermum jasminoides

This lovely evergreen climbing plant produces masses of deliciously-scented white flowers which fade delicately to cream, from June until early September. The winter foliage takes on excellent bronze tinges and the new foliage in spring is light green, making the plant attractive all year round. To 9m.

Browse our variety of jasmine plants or our full range of climbers.

Features:

  • Glossy evergreen leaves
  • Medium growth to 9m
  • White to cream flowers
  • Delicious heavy scent
  • Bronze/red winter foliage
  • Full sun or partial shade

Growing Star of Toscana Jasmine

It needs an element of shelter and will do best away from drying winds, preferably against a warm wall. It performs beautifully in partial shade.

A good container plant, it needs a well-drained moisture retentive soil but is not fussy about pH. It will require support and is good grown as a pillar or over an arch as long as the site is not too exposed.

The white sap that you will see when pruning causes skin irritation to most people, so gloves are recommended.

To use it as ground cover, trim it a couple of times a year to keep it low and dense (we prefer to use it as a vertical climbing feature).

Please note: Although it is not common, it does happen that this plant will refuse to flower for a few years while it settles in. Adding some potash may help, but do not overfeed.

In Your Garden Design

This jasmine is ideal grown in a warm site close to a sitting area where the wonderful scent can be best appreciated, and it is also excellent grown as a pillar or over an arch as long as the site is not too exposed. Intertwine with a lovely clematis, we suggest the blue Bijou and surround by other fragrant flowers such as phlox (try candy stripe) and freesias. Alternatively, opt for a gorgeous blue and white theme. If you are feeling patriotic as it is Platinum Jubilee plant some gorgeous red roses such as the glamorous Ingrid Bergman hybrid tea.

Did You Know?

The registration name for this particular cultivar is Selbra.

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Bareroot planting is best done between November and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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