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Confederate Jasmine vines are heavy blooming flowering plants that can climb almost any solid object to anchor the plant with its hold-fast roots. The numerous, white, pinwheel flowers glow brilliantly from spring until fall and the spring air is filled with the enchanting, delicate fragrances that you can enjoy breathing from your unforgotten memories during the wintertime. The Confederate Jasmine is one of the fastest growing vines, climbing rapidly to the top of 40 foot pine trees and releasing its sweet aromas that float over your landscape in blowing, warm winds.

The Confederate Jasmine vine is cold hardy down to zero degrees and will grow northwards to New Jersey. Many plantings of Confederate Jasmine vines are seen to grow rapidly up trees that are located near swimming pools to freshen the summer air or especially to accent spaces near walls or to grow on trees outside bedroom windows. Whether you plant the Confederate Jasmine on a long chain link fence to break up the monotony of static forms, or to grow on an exterior brick wall, you will find that this fast growing vine will quickly grow into a privacy screen that will block out aggravating street noise and will convert choking automobile fumes into refreshing breathable air. Order your Confederate Jasmine vines now, and for a limited time you can get free shipping which is a savings of a 25% discount. Remember to order your vines now and get fast delivery right away.

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The Confederate Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) vine grows on posts, walls, or trellises and is used as a fast growing, shrubby ground cover. The Confederate Jasmine vine is covered with very beautiful, waxy, evergreen leaves. This vine is prized for its very fragrant, star shaped white flowers, also called 'star jasmine'. Confederate Jasmine is often planted next to buildings to absorb sunlight and to save on cooling costs during the summer. This fast spreading vine is green all winter and equipped with hooked tendrils that can quickly cover lattices or climb trees. This vine is cold hardy in zones 8 to 10 and is well adapted to grow in acidic soils.

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happy planter May 1, 2015
Reviewer: sarah mcinnish from JACKSONVILLE, FL United States  
The plants got to us quickly and in great shape! Already enjoying the wonderful smell😊 Was so excited to get a chance to order from y'all, I have driven through TyTy for years on my way from Florida to Auburn.

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Size and overall look of Jasmine April 29, 2015
Reviewer: Angela Buchanan from Goodspring, TN United States  
The 3 gal Jasmine was very healthy and I was excited about the size of the plant

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Confederate Jasmine March 10, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Decatur, GA United States  
Very pleased with care taken during shipping and prompt service.

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jasmine blossoms June 12, 2014
Reviewer: Hopeful from Chevy chase, MD United States  
Of the plants, this seems to be the best and is flowering even if not profusely.

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perfect June 10, 2014
Reviewer: RAYMOND J TRUESON from Islip, NY United States  
Alive and well

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