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Jasminum Azoricum is an AGM winning white evergreen jasmine with a strong sweet scent. It’s a good climber for pergolas and trellis. White Azorean Jasmine is native to Madeira but grows well in the UK if it has shelter. Its twining stems are smothered with dark green ovate leaves that have wavy margins. Its large white summer flowers are highly fragrant with sweet notes and they grow abundantly in terminal panicles. This white jasmine flowers from spring right through to late autumn attracting many pollinators. In winter, foliage remains on the plant but it may shed some leaves in colder areas of the UK.
Height And Spread Of Jasminum Azoricum White Azorean Jasmine can reach heights of 2.5 – 4 metres and spread over 50 cms to a metre.
How Hardy Is Jasminum Azoricum If grown in a sheltered, frost-free spot White Azorean Jasmine will survive mild UK winters. It benefits from fleece if very harsh conditions are forecast and is drought tolerant once established.
How To Use Jasminum Azoricum White Azorean Jasmine will smother a pergola, archway, or trellis with foliage and fragrant white flowers. It’s a great choice for wildlife gardens as its blooms are loved by pollinators and the dense foliage provides shelter for birds. This jasmine tends to grow taller than wider, so it fits into a narrow space if there is plenty of room to head up. You can grow White Azorean Jasmine up a sturdy obelisk in a container, or against a sunny fence or wall with strong supports.
How To Care For Jasminum Azoricum White Azorean Jasmine will grow in most moist, free-draining soil, but it needs a sunny south-facing aspect and shelter from drying winds. Avoid frost pockets and cover with fleece or stuff the framework with straw in harsh conditions. Tie in stems as they grow and water well until established. Prune in late winter thinning out old stems as necessary to manage the height and spread. A thick layer of mulch in spring encourages flower production and seals in moisture.