Winter Jasmine

Jasminum nudiflorum

Winter-Flowered Jasmine

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Some yellow Jasminum nudiflorum flowers on a plant
profile icon2006-12-01Jasminum nudiflorum12
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Jasminum nudiflorum is a deciduous shrub that commonly produces cheerful bright yellow flowers in November and February (UK) on long, bare, arching stems. Small green leaves form in spring, after the flowers, these are divided into a trifoliate arrangement made up of 3 leaflets. Leaves are oppositely arranged on stems and measure approximately 3cm in length.
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Planning

Difficulty

Moderate

Flowering time

Spring, Winter

Harvesting

Generally not harvested, flowering stems can be cut for floral arrangements.

Propagation

Cuttings

Take semi hardwood cuttings.

Special features

Attracts butterflies

Attracts bees

Winter colour

Attractive flowers

Special features

Origin

Northern China

Environment

Light

Full Sun, Partial Shade, Partial Sun

Soil moisture

Dry

Soil type

Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand

Soil PH preference

Acid, Alkaline, Neutral

Frost hardiness

Hardy

Uses

Notes

This low maintenance shrub has a clump-forming habit and a high tolerance making it a useful plant for coastal or rooftop gardens to provide screening.

Personality

Family

Oleaceae

Flower colour

Yellow

Scent

Mild

Problems

Can be attacked by aphids and mealybugs.

Related Problems

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