Confederate Jasmine

Daniel Gill  |  8/27/2015 4:11:19 AM

My Confederate jasmine has only bloomed once when planted in the spring - it has plenty of foliage but has not bloomed since. It is in the morning sun. Thank you.

- Olga B.


Confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) blooms in early summer. Like azaleas and many other shrubs and vines, it has a particular blooming season - generally from late April to early June, with the most prolific flowering in the month of May. When the vines are finished blooming, they are done for the year. Your Confederate jasmine will bloom again at the same time next year.

Dan Gill
Consumer Horticulture Specialist

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