Star Jasmine pink flowering
Star Jasmine , Mediterranean Garden Design In a Mediterranean garden, don't think in straight lines and linear frames, but go lightly to create the right atmosphere. A Mediterranean garden forms a perfect symbiosis with the house to which it belongs. A Mediterranean garden merges with the house and the landscape, they form one unit. Mediterranean plants and exotic plants naturally belong in a Mediterranean garden. Think of a fig tree, lavender, climbing roses or the multiflorous jasmine. Place flowers and plants here and there in pots. If you put the plants in a pot or a planting basket, you can always move the plants around and give the garden a new look every year.
What are star jasmines suitable for?
The star jasmine can be used in many ways, but it is most often used for landscaping walls or facades. Tracheleospernum asiaticum is a pleasant climber that finds its own way.
Tracheleospernum asiaticum Pink Toscane in the garden
This climber is evergreen; it provides evergreen growth on a wall or fence. The tendrils of Tuscan jasmine look for support. You should therefore place a wire mesh against the wall or fence. The tendrils will automatically swing around it. This garden plant grows best in the sun in a warm place. There the climbing plant can grow up to 5 m high and wide. Plant Trachelospermum jasminoides in normally well-drained, nutrient-rich Böden. The garden plant can be pruned lightly in spring to keep the desired model, after winter cut off the dead frozen ¨stems. Tuscan jasmine also grows well in a large pot on the terrace or balcony. Highly recommended for any garden. The star jasmine is hardy and can therefore be planted without any problems. Give the jasmine plant a few years to get used to the soil - then it can withstand temperatures of up to -20°C.
Buy star jasmine pink
For one metre you will need approximately 1 - 4 plants.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use star jasmine all year round