Star Jasmine Star of Toscane - flowers smell like jasmine
Fragrant and golden carpet of blossoms - for half a year! Star of Tuscany jasmine.
The Tuscan star jasmine Star of Toscane, Latin Trachelospermum jasminoides Selbra, is a dainty, yellow scented jasmine flower that grows in groups and is very eager to flower. Star of Toscane jasmine is completely undemanding and looks magnificent in any garden, along fences, walls, on rocks, in pots and as a screen, wall ornament, archway or as a uniquely beautiful and incomparable hedge (4 jasmine plants for 1 metre hedge). The many yellow flowers have a more pleasant scent than jasmine, somewhat like vanilla. Scented jasmine always has exactly five petals, which gives the jasmine flowers, which bloom tirelessly from June to October, the appearance of little stars. They are insect-friendly and popular with our native butterflies and moths. Their brilliant golden yellow colour contrasts particularly well with the small, dark green and oval leaves. The undemanding jasmine belongs to the oleander family. Like a shimmering golden carpet, the light-hungry jasmine plant spills over beds and plant troughs in sun or partial shade.
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For half a year, the dense-growing, easy-care Tuscan Star Jasmine delights with its unforgettable splendour of flowers. This makes the jasmine plant a dream candidate for any scented garden, company garden, moon garden, Mediterranean or vertical garden (climbing aids are mounted vertically on the wall; jasmine climbs lushly like a vanilla scented cloud on any trellis, covering it up and becoming the perfect organic wall decoration). Jasmine flowers like a warm wall at the back; they then grow leisurely 4 or 5 metres high. In a tub they need a trellis or bamboo poles for this! At the edge of the woods, jasmine flowers thrive just as well as in open areas and are the ideal solution as ground cover (you no longer need to weed). Jasmine plants survive dry periods effortlessly, so you can simply go on holiday or visit. If you give it a little water or fertiliser now and then in summer, the Tuscany star is still grateful. You can prune it quite easily if you like, decorative topiary is also attractive. Jasmine flowers are hardy down to 10 degrees below zero, so watering once a winter is enough. Potted plants can also be overwintered in the garden or greenhouse, in the stairwell or in an unheated room. Trachelospermum jasminoides Selbra, Star of Toscane can be planted all year round. Its ideal complement is the robust, purple-flowering Jackmanii woodland vine; it is also a perennial and summer bloomer, a climbing shrub that flowers at the same time.
Reach into the floral treasure box with the delightful fragrance Jasmine, which will give your garden, orangery or balcony an enchanting golden glow.