This evergreen vine makes full use of the color wheel doing its best to use as many as possible. Coppery salmon new growth turns a pleasing lemon yellow irregularly edged in green with the yellow maturing to everyione's favorite paint chip, taupe. Add fragrant white flowers and you wonder if it plays the piano as well.
Selected and named by our bud Sean Hogan of Cistus Nursery for his mom so you know how well he, consummate plantsman that he is, regards this plant. Excellent cold hardiness for the PNW, this is a particularly well-marked narrow leafed form of the Star Jasmine. Groundcover or small vine.
A pink flowered selection of this cold hardy evergreen vining Jasmine introduced by Ted Stephens from Japan. Vigorous but well-behaved, this likes a bit of shade and would prefer to not be in hot sun. The pink flowers are fragrant as well - always a bonus - with the main flush in spring and sporadic flowers during the summer. Certainly good in zones 8-10 and likely favored spots in warmer 7b.
This climbing evergreen Jasmine vine has foliage richly variegated in creams, whites and yellows in an expressive free-form, I gotta be me style which fits in well with our general philosophy. The leaves take on pink to purple coloration in winter's cold which is something to plan for as siting with that in mind could make you look like the Genius of Nuanced Design. Fragrant white flowers spring to early summer.
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