Winter Jasmine says it all with its name. While most plants go dormant during winter, this little treasure will keep the joy in the garden during winter time. This one is easy-care, so you don’t have to worry too much. It can tolerate lots of types of soil, so just find a nice spot for it and let the magic happen.
Winter Jasmine grows arch-like vines with star-shaped flowers in bright yellow that have a subtle sweet moss scent. It is originally from China, Shanghai where it received the name Yingchun, meaning ‘the flower that welcomes spring’. It can be trimmed to grow in bushes along the pathways, but the real beauty of it lies in the long vines that can decorate walls or fences of the gardens.