Trachelospermum asiaticum - Asiatic jasmine
About fifteen species of Trachelospermum
exist. Most are native to Asia but one is native to the southeastern United States. These
are evergreen vines with white to yellowish flowers. One Asian species
(Confederate jasmine) is cultivated as a vine for its showy, fragrant flowers.
This species is grown for its ability to cover the ground with its foliage.
Several varieties exist, selected for variation in leaf size, shape, and
See this plant at building 51 and parking garage 44.
A small vine often used as a groundcover only a few inches tall.
Light: full sun to part shade
Water: moderately drought tolerant
Soil: adaptable to a wide pH range
This plant is commonly used in northeast Florida landscapes as a groundcover. In our
area, it performs best with supplemental irrigation.