If you’re looking to create a fragrant garden, Jasmine is a great addition to your landscape. Jasmine is a fast growing evergreen vine with heavily scented blossoms.
Depending on the type of Jasmine planted blooms may be white or pale pink. Jasmine is an easy vine to grow in your Phoenix garden.
Everything You Need to Know to Grow Jasmine in Phoenix
- What kind of soil does Jasmine prefer?
- Does Jasmine prefer sun or shade?
- Is the vine drought tolerant?
- How fast and how big does the plant grow?
- When does the Jasmine bloom and are the flowers scented?
- Does the vine attract or deter any wildlife?
- What time of year can I find Jasmine vines at the local nurseries?
- How do I care for Jasmine vines?
How does Jasmine Climb?
Star jasmine is a twining vine. Provide supports such as a trellis, arbor or pole.
How much sun does Jasmine Need?
It needs adequate sun, but too much will turn the leaves crispy.
Plant in an area of your yard that gets morning or early afternoon sun and shade from the afternoon sun. We planted Jasmine on the east side of our home where it receives plenty of morning sun.
How fast does Jasmine Grow?
Pink Jasmine’s botanical name is Jasminum Polyanthum. At maturity the vine will reach 20 feet. This is a great plant to use over an arbor. The buds on the vine start appearing in February and will flower by late February. My vine usually stops blooming by the end of March.
Star Jasmine is an evergreen vine with an incredibly scented star shaped white flowers. Native to Asia, this plant grows well in Phoenix. Our plant receives mid morning sun and afternoon shade and does well. It can be trained as a bush or a vine. At maturity Star Jasmine can twine up to 20 feet.
Is the Vine Drought Tolerant?
Yes, once established Jasmine is drought tolerant.
The Star Jasmine is from the Apocynaceae family. It’s botanical name is Jasminum multiflorum . It may also be referred to as Confederate Jasmine.
When does Jasmine Bloom?
The vine usually blooms from spring through fall in Phoenix.