Primrose Jasmine is a long, weeping shrub with tendencies to climb. The flowers of the Chinese Primrose Jasmine shrub are yellow and very aromatic. The evergreen Primrose Jasmine is naturally graceful and roots easily from tip cuttings or even where branches touch the soil. The Chinese Primrose Jasmine is an outstanding evergreen hedge that is covered with bright yellow fragrant flowers that mature to a creamy-yellow flower at long time intervals from December through the Spring. The bright yellow flowers are semi-double and appear scattered on clusters up and down the square stems that arch over and downwards like water streaming from a fountain. When planted outside zone 8-10, the Chinese Primrose Jasmine may freeze to the ground during the Winter, however, in zone 8 the leaves are cold hardy even when the temperatures drop down in the teens.As the green stems age they develop a woody cellular structure that can be pruned in the Fall, and the newly formed green stems arch nicely over before climactic flowering begins in December. The shrub, Primrose Jasmine, can form a beautiful privacy hedge that can grow 5 to 8 feet tall, and generally the shrubs are not pruned when used as a hedge, and when planted next to a fence will grow over the fence, these hedges hide it from view. Because the Primrose Jasmine grows into a large bush or hedge, this shrub can be pruned severely when placed next to a house, and the weeping fountain-like effect of the plant is dramatic and spectacular as the bright yellow flowers open along the trailing stems downwards. Plant a Primrose Jasmine and you will definitely be pleased with the sweet aroma that fills the air every blooming season. Guaranteed to grow in zones 8-10. The flowers of the Chinese Primrose Jasmine are trumpet shaped and open up like a pinwheel and often will rebloom sparsely in the Summer. The leaves are waxy green with an elliptical shape and vary considerably in lengths of 1 to 3 inches. During cold winters when the temperatures warm up, scattered branches of the Chinese Primrose Jasmine will begin to rebloom, after the flowers have been frozen earlier in the winter.