Trachelospermum jasminoides ‘Waterwheel’

A very narrow leaved form of this evergreen climber, making a fine foliage plant. Discovered at that fine, sadly now deceased nursery of the same name. Very fragrant white flowers turning cream, 2.5cm across and 'windmill' shaped, borne in July and August on self clinging stems to 7m high of moderate vigour. Warm sunny wall, or conservatory in very cold areas is usually advised, though I have seen this flower heavily on a shaded North wall!

Pot size: 2L



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