Carolina Jasmine Plant: 'Margarita' extends the hardiness range of this indescribably fragrant vine all the way through zone 6 and into zone 5, bringing the joy of evergreen foliage, abundant yellow blossoms, and easy-care habit to thousands of gardeners never before able to grow it!
Carolina jasmine is the ideal Florida snowbird vine for its winter and spring color and well-behaved growth habit. Read all about it! blooms when its cold. Sap may be poisonous. Well mannered. Good for snow birds.
Confederate jasmine or star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) is highly prized for its heavily scented clusters of phlox-like flowers, which bloom on twining stems in spring and summer. It is hardy in Central and Coastal South Carolina, but tender in the Piedmont.