Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Since a lot of you are experiencing winter now, you might be missing the splash of color that flowers add. Winter jasmine are flowering vines that can fill the void in late winter or early spring. Their one-inch diameter yellow blooms appear before the leaves emerge. Winter jasmine can be gown in planting zones 6-10. When unsupported, they reach four feet in height and about seven feet in width. This makes them perfect for wooden arbors. Winter jasmine can also be used as ground cover. It works really well for landscaping slopes. Be sure to prune your winter jasmine in late spring after they have bloomed.