Night blooming jasmine. Garden favorite - the sweetest... more
Rose Bud Jasmine, Everblooming Jasmine - a very rare... more
Italian jasmine. Jasmine oil is extracted from the... more
Japanese Jasmine, Primrose Jasmine - very unusual... more
Star Jasmine, very easy to grow, fast growing. Glossy,... more
French Perfume Jasmine, Poets jasmine - very fragrant... more
Jasminum sambac Arabian Knights (Arabian Nights).... more
Jasmine Sambac Belle of India - A very rare variety... more
Jasmine sambac Grand Duke - The biggest flower variety,... more
A new exciting hybrid of Jasmine sambac Grand Duke... more
Arabian Tea jasmine. This variety is vining and fast... more
J. simplicifolium, Wax Jasmine - nice hedge plant... more
Sad tree, Night Jasmine, Parijat. This exotic small... more
Crape Jasmine, Carnation of India, Florida Gardenia... more
Spectacular tri-color variegated Jasmine, leaves are... more
Confederate Jasmine. A beautiful fragrant Winter-flowering... more
Variegated Confederate Jasmine. Blooms profusely during... more
Jasmine Molle, Indian Jui - one of the strongest fragrance... more
French Perfume Jasmine, Poets jasmine - very fragrant!... more
Jasmine sambac Grand Duke Supreme - the new variety... more
Everyone has their own opinion on fragrances, but jasmine plants are right up there at the top of most lists. The jasmine flower, although small in size, is very large in the amount of fragrance it produces. Whether you have a day blooming jasmine or a night blooming jasmine, you will have a plant that will reward you with a great fragrance that just floats in the air and oftentimes can be detected far from the bloom.
Most jasmine plants grow as a shrub, but there are some like the confederate that are more of a jasmine vine plant. They will easily climb fences and do need some trimming to keep from taking over. You can grow a jasmine plant indoors, but you will need to make sure it gets plenty of light. This is a great way to enjoy jasmine if you are in a northern area where it will not live outdoors in the winter. Be sure to keep it in a south window where it will get plenty of light. Well now you just have to decide if it will be a shrub or a vine for you and would you prefer a day blooming or night blooming jasmine. But what if you want a jasmine tree? Is that even a thing? Well technically, no. There are some plants called tree jasmine that have a flower which has a fragrance resembling jasmine, but they are not in the jasmine family. They are, however, small trees worth having in your fragrant garden.
You can find jasmine plants for sale in our online store with shipping available throughout most of the USA. If you are in the Southwest Florida, Ft. Myers area, please visit our Garden Center located at 13890 Orange River Blvd., Ft. Myers, FL 33905 to see many varieties of jasmine flower plants in person. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be happy to assist you in choosing the right plants for your situation.