The confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) is an evergreen woody liana.
Trachelospermum jasminoides is a species of flowering plant in the family Apocynaceae, native to eastern Asia.
It grows extremely fast and has very strong aromatic, white colors. It reaches up to 3 m, and you have to provide support for the plant to get a compact shape. The white aromatic flowers have a diameter of 1-2 cm, and the tubular corolla opens in five petals. The fruit is a thin follicle, 10-25 cm long and 3-10 wide, containing numerous seeds.
It is usually popular as a decorative plant, suitable for gardens, public landscapes, and parks. And people use it as a sloping vine, ground cover or as an aromatic plant planted in terraced and patio containers. What is important, the plant requires a lot of water from April to September. So, on hot summer days, even watering twice a day is required.
During the flowering period, a potassium-rich fertilizer (white, orange, brown or red crystal) is necessary at least once per week for abundant flowering. Propagation occurs through seeds and cuttings. The transplantation has to take place when the flowering period is over. In order to form buds and to enjoy you with abundant flowering, the jasmine needs a period of rest.