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Madison Star Jasmine

Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison'

Madison Star Jasmine vine is the most cold hardy of all the climbing and spreading Star Jasmine varieties. When in bloom, the sweet fragrance of the snowy white flowers will make you happy you decided to plant it in your backyard. Put Madison Star Jasmine in a container next to your front door and your house guests will thank you for the sweet surprise!

Growzone: 7-10

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Madison Star Jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison') is a cold-tolerant form of the popular climbing or spreading star jasmine. Deep green leaves highlight the clusters of incredibly fragrant creamy white flowers similar to orange blossoms.

Compared to Confederate Jasmine, Madison Star's cold hardiness, aroma, blooming period, and foliage are all slightly superior. Fast-growing Madison Star Jasmine is ideal for climbing along fences and trellises but will also make an excellent groundcover.

This evergreen perennial has year-round interest but in the colder northern climates, container plantings can be brought indoors. The white, fragrant flowers bloom in the spring and sporadically through the summer and fall until the first frost. The fragrance of Madison Star Jasmine is unmatched; plant it near your front door or back patio and find out for yourself.


Growing Zone: 7-10
Mature Height: 8 to 12 Feet
Mature Width: 6 to 8 Feet
Sunlight: Full sun to full shade
Water Requirements: Water well until established
Selling Points: Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, and birds; very fragrant
Details: Excellent vine for trellises, arbors, and fences
This Plants Growzone: 7-10 Madison Star Jasmine Hardiness Zone

How to Care for Madison Star Jasmine

Before you buy a Madison Star Jasmine, make sure to read about the care instructions that are recommended to keep this plant healthy and thriving.

How do I plant a Madison Star Jasmine?

How do I plant a Madison Star Jasmine?

Madison Star Jasmine requires very minimal care and will grow in a variety of soils. If using as a ground cover, plant your Star Jasmine five feet apart and use clippings to propagate for more extensive growth. For better blooming, plant in full sun; however, Madison Star will thrive in partial shade to full shade without a problem. If you want your Jasmine plant to climb up a fence or trellis, plant near the base and train it to go up the structure. Madison Star Jasmine can thrive in urban areas with high levels of pollution and is a popular choice for planting on back patios with trellis fences. If you are planting in a container, use it as the “spiller” element and allow it to cascade down the edges of your planter.

How often do I water Madison Star Jasmine?

How often do I water Madison Star Jasmine?

Madison Star Jasmine should be watered at least once a week in the landscape and more if planted in a container as the soil does not like to dry out. Potted Jasmine may need to be watered several times a week or when the top layer of soil is dry. If placing your Star Jasmine in full sun, keep a closer eye on watering in the summertime as it will dry out much faster in hot, dry conditions.


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