Gelsemium sempervirens – False jasmine, Carolina yellow jessamine



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Gelsemium sempervirens False jasmine, Carolina yellow jessamine

Southern USA; 3m
Planting position: Full sun. Wind-protected spot.Regions not prone to severe frost, drought or humidity.
Requires watering throughout the year.Well-draining soil, enriched with compost and mulched with organic matter.Application of complete fertiliser with first appearance of flower buds.
Propagate from semi-hardwood cuttings.

This vigorous climber is completely poisonous, evergreen and hardy. It flowers for most of the year with yellow, trumpet-shaped flowers that are scented.

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