Jasminium nudiflorum AGM
Jasminium nudiflorum AGM
Winter Jasmine

Jasminium nudiflorum AGM



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Wonderfully vibrant, the canary yellow flowers of Jasminum nudiflorum herald the arrival of spring. This tolerant deciduous shrub has a loose, sprawling habit that can easily be persuaded up walls or with the help of wires or a trellis. It is unusual for a jasmine not to want to intertwine, but its strong, flower-covered stems arch elegantly and independently. 


Jasminum nudiflorum was well-received in Britain when it was introduced from its native China in 1844. It retains its popularity and was a recipient of the RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit), for all round excellence.


Flowers: January to March

  • Moist, well drained soil
  • Full sun / partial shade
  • South Facing
  • Trellis or wall

Winter Jasmine requires very little attention other than to be regularly pruned to remove dead, damaged or diseased branches and to retain desired shape immediately after flowering


Lightly scented flowers