Carolina jessamine

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Related to Carolina jessamine: confederate jasmine, coral honeysuckle

Car·o·li·na jessamine

also Car·o·li·na jasmine  (kăr′ə-lī′nə)
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Clematis intermingles with roses on one section of the crape-myrtle arbors; in other areas, it's Carolina Jessamine or Confederate jasmine that wind among the branches.
Carolina jessamine, polyanthus jasmine, and star jasmine are all pretty choices: They cling by twining up narrow slats, or with tendrils.
They used Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens), a vine that bursts out in yellow flowers during March and April in its southeastern-U.
Other flowering vines for trellises include star jasmine, glory bower (Pandorea), lavender trumpet vine (Clytostigma), blood red trumpet vine (Distictis buccinatoria), yellow Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium), passion flower (Passiflora) as well as climbing roses and bougainvillea.
Depending on your color preference, you should find one of these flowering vines to your liking: red-orange trumpet vine (Distictis buccinatoria), lavender trumpet vine (Clytostoma calistegioides), yellow Carolina jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens), or pink bower vine (Pandorea jasminoides).
Another vine that flourishes in the South is Carolina jessamine, which is the state flower of South Carolina.

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