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tri color jasmine (trachelospermum asiaticum)

Star Jasmine and Border this is what we are doing in our garden

Excellent for covering a fence/wall, or as a groundcover. Trachelospermum Jasminoides - Star Jasmine

Mandevilla species are mostly frost tender and prefer a mild to warm climate, a position in dappled sunlight, and moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil. Water well during the growing and flowering seasons. Occasional feeding will produce lush foliage but will lead to rampant growth. Take care if trimming back as all parts exude a sometimes irritant milky latex when cut.

<em>Agapanthus</em> , Hybrid Cultivar, 'Storm Cloud'

Ajuga ~ This topnotch groundcover is grown mainly for its foliage, but also has pretty flowers. Ajuga produces glossy, dark green leaves and springtime spikes of blue flowers. Select varieties of this shade plant offer dark purple or variegated foliage, or pink or white flowers. Ajuga grows best in Zones 3-9 and grows only 6 inches tall.

Ornamental Pear with Lilipilly hedge and star jasmine ground cover

The smell of jasmine also lessens feelings of anxiety. No wonder it was so blissful to sit on Grandma’s jasmine-wrapped front porch

Flowering Jasmine. From an HGTV article on fragrant climbing plants.

Confederate Jasmine. Smells amazing, drought tolerant. LOVE this plant. It grows like a weed!!

Seems to me Jasmine in background possibly Salvia the tall purple plant Catmint in the foreground and English Box shaped into balls. There seems to be a yellow plant interspersed with the Salvia

Pink Jasmine: A thirsty, speedy grower that displays fragrant, pink-white flowers, this evergreen does best in tropical areas (zones 8 through 10)