Jasminum nudiflorum - Winter jasmine- Shrub

£16.99 each

  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
  • Will flower well in full sun
  • Hardy Perennial - sow indoors or on a seedbed (April-June); transplant later to flower for many seasons

Jasminum nudiflorum, commonly known as Winter Jasmine; this winter-flowering shrub is perfect for covering a wall, or to scramble down banks or spill over low walls. The starry yellow flowers appear on bright green stems during the darkest months of the year, flowering even in the depths of winter to brighten up the garden.  Tie the stems in to trellis or train them along wires to clothe walls.

Grow winter jasmine in any reasonably fertile, well drained soil in a sunny or part shaded position. Winter jasmine is tolerant of most soils and positions.

Planting

Dig a hole large and deep enough to take the plant’s root ball.

Gently tap the plant out of its pot without disturbing the soil around the roots.

Position the plant in the hole so the plant’s crown is level with the surface and sits at the same depth as it was in the pot; make sure the roots are in direct contact with the soil.

Backfill with the excavated soil and firm in gently.

Water to settle the soil around the roots.

Watering: Water regularly in the first few weeks after planting but don’t overwater. The plants will send their roots down in search of moisture as they grow.

Feeding:  Give plants a boost if necessary with a handful of granular feed hoed into the soil in spring.

Pruning: Prune flowering stems of winter jasmine in spring, after flowering. Cut back to strong buds low down on the plant. Cut out any old, unproductive stems to rejuvenate congested plants.

Flowers January-March

Height to 3m/10ft

supplied in 3 litre pots

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Catalogue Number 5140-5106
  • Quantity 1 Plant in 3 litre Pot
  • Height Height: to 3m/10ft

Delivery: Early October to Late April

£16.99 each
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