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  • Jane Ginn

    For wooden fence bordering driveway? Carolina Jasmine, brief late spring/early summer bloomer but is green and beautiful year round. It is a climbing vine, but does not attach itself to the house so it needs a lattice or something similar that it can climb up.

  • GREAT DROPS OF JOY

    Jackson Perkins Carolina jasmine plant

  • Leslie Emory

    I want Carolina Jasmine vines

  • Mary Avlos-Dailey

    Carolina Jasmine I used to have 5 of these at my old house and just bought one. They are beautiful year-round, even if not blooming.

  • Catherine D

    The first plant in the ground at the new house: Carolina Jessamine

  • Tony Randel

    Carolina Jasmine or Carolina Jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) shrubbey vine, full sun to part shade, spring blooms

  • Kathy Marsh

    Carolina Jasmine. It grows in South Carolina everywhere.

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