Jasminum officinale will act like a vine if given a trellis although it could be left alone to become an unruly tangle on the ground. Your choice. Prized for its highly fragrant, white flowers in late spring it is semi-evergreen. Commonly found in gardens throughout England. Listed as doubtfully hardy in Zone 8, it has survived here to 0 degrees although it was killed to the ground and had to re-sprout from the roots. The great English plantsman, Graham Stuart Thomas, wrote: "It flowers most freely when allowed to grow most freely, but it can take up a lot of room." Forewarned. Zones 8 - 10.
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