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    Pink Jasmine. It's all over the place around here. I love how it cascades over the tops of the fences. I have several of them planted along our front fence. I think it'll be awhile before they are anywhere near this magnificent. ;)

    3y

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    • Meghan Clinard

      MUST plant jasmine!! Climbing Jasmine Fast growing, strong climbing, evergreen vine. Leaves are deep green, with 5-7 leaflets in a group. Profuse clusters of very fragrant, pink with white-centered tubular flowers, to 3/4 inches wide and 3 inches long. Quick covering for fences and trellises. Excellent container plant or trained around topiary form.

    • Lindsey Singh

      Climbing Jasmine Fast growing. If you are lucky enough to have a gorgeous white back yard fence... We'll you are already ahead!

    • Dianna Williams

      For the pergola ~Climbing Jasmine fast growing, strong climbing, evergreen vine. Leaves are deep green, with 5-7 leaflets in a group. Profuse clusters of very fragrant, pink with white-centered tubular flowers, to 3/4 inches wide and 3 inches long.

    • Natalie P

      For the pergola ~Climbing Jasmine fast growing, strong climbing, evergreen

    • Suzanne Elizabeth

      Climbing Jasmine. Love this smell. Must plant.

    • Carolyn Ozimek Too

      non-native jasmine vine

    • Jessica Barbier

      climbing jasmine

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