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Azores Jasmine (Jasminum azoricum)

Azores Jasmine (Jasminum azoricum)

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2.5" Pot Size
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Azores Jasmine (Jasminum azoricum)
A perfumed fragrance that tantalizes the senses is one of the many attributes this marvelous species brings to the container gardener. A native of the Azores, the vigorous, dense growing vines flower from spring through fall. When grown under sunny, warm conditions there is even an occasional spray of bloom during the winter. For the Jasmine or fragrant plant collector, this variety is a must. Clusters of multi-petaled, pure white blooms form on the growing tips with individual flowers emerging over several weeks.
Hardiness Zone 9, 10
Bloom Season Fall, Spring, Summer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 2-3'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 50
Plant Type Fragrant

Tips for Success:

Remember, they are warm, lowland tropical plants and need a warm root system. The most vigorous is ‘Maid of Orleans.’ Slower growing varieties are ‘Flore Plena’ and ‘Grand Duke.’

• Use clay pots to maintain healthy roots.

• Bring soil to visual dryness between waterings.

• Occasionally bring to a slight wilt between waterings.

• Moderate amounts of fertilizer, not heavy feeders.

• Stop feeding in winter.

• All respond well to pruning; best not to prune in winter when growth is slow.

  1. Awesome Review by Stewart
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    After 6 months, good growth to about 8 feet tall and still growing (would grow higher if trellis allowed). Spread, about 4-5 feet, though I expect this could increase with training and future growth. Nice looking foliage, providing good fence. Lots of flowers, since planting and still budding more than ever. Awesome fragrance. Houston, Tx, 10/9/2014, planted end May 2014 (Posted on 10/9/2014)