Jasmines for growing in Colorado - Knowledgebase Question

Sterling, Co
Question by ryans62415
May 17, 2010
What kind of Jasmine can I plant in Colorado? I saw some at home depot, I live in zone 5 in Sterling, CO. Thanks

Answer from NGA
May 17, 2010


Jasmines are not reliably winter hardy in Colorado but you can certainly grow them in containers and place them outdoors during the spring and summer months, taking them indoors during the fall and winter months.

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