8m tall, including Cotinus coggygria "Royal Purple", Choisya ternata (Mexican orange blossom) and Trachelospermum
8m tall, including Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple', Choisya ternata (Mexican orange blossom) and Trachelospermum
Opt for drought- <B tolerant plants for the garden such as Trachelospermum
jasminoides, above, and Choisya ternata,
Amaryllis Asclepias tuberosa Butterfly weed Jatropha integerrima Peregrina Ruella simplex Mexican petunia Lantana camara Lantana Barleria cristata Philippine violet Trachelospermum
jasminoides Confederate jasmine Tradescantia pallida Purple queen Canna sp.
This week's online offer is for two Trachelospermum
jaminoides for the price of one - at just PS6.
jasminoides is a fantastic slow-growing climber which will reach around 10m high if placed in a sheltered position against a warm wall.
jasminoides is a fantastic slow-growing climber which will reach around 10m (32ft) in height if placed in a sheltered position against a warm wall.
jasminoides is a great favourite here, with pure white flowers looking like the propellers of old fashioned aeroplanes.
2), Terminalia glaucescens (2), Trachelospermum
jasminoides (2), Triterpene (2), Triterpenodal Alkaloids (2), Triterpenoid Alkaloids (2), Triterpenoids (2), Utilization (2), FS-1 Subfraction (2), Interleukin-8 (2), 1H/13C-NMR (2) (-)- Caryophyllene Oxide (2), (-)-Ambrox (2), (+)-Androsta-1,4-Diene-3,17-Dione (2), (+)-Catharanthine (2), (+)-Eburnamonine (2), (+)-Vincamine (2), 11-Methoxynauclefine (2), 11-Methoxynauclefine (2), 5-Disubstituted-1,3,4-Oxadiazoles (2).
5m (5ft) in a pot, Clematis 'Evening Star' and 'Kingfisher', as well as Trachelospermum
jasminoides 'Variegatum', one of the best scented white climbers, which bears showers of starry white flowers which turn cream as they age.
jasminoides, commonly known as star jasmine, a woody, evergreen climber with rich, dark green leaves which turn bronze in winter, produces hugely fragrant white flowers from mid to late summer.
Examples are Trachelospermum
jasminioides and Quisqualis indica.