|What is the most fragrant Jasmine plant? I would like to plant some near my windows so I can enjoy the fragrance. And, where does Jasmine work best? Full or partial sun, morning or afternoon sun? I love the kind that climbs up a trellis, will it work by my front door in full afternoon sun in 100 to 120 degree summers?|
|Trachelospermum). All jasmines thrive in regular garden soil and need frequent pinching and shaping to control growth.|
If you're after a true jasmine, try Spanish Jasmine (Jasminum grandiflorum), a sprawling vine that grows 10-15 feet with glossy green leaves and loose clusters of fragrant white flowers. There is also a Primrose Jasmine (Jasminum mesnyi) that grows long, arching branches (6-10 feet) and bright yellow flowers. Trachelospermum, the Star Jasmine, needs some shade from the hot afternoon sun, but grows twining vines to 20 feet long. White, sweet-scented flowers are profuse in the early summer.