Does my Tuscan Star jasmine need trailing as it climbs?
Yes, this is best done by tying your Trachlospernum upwards along a trellis as it grows, or by regularly attaching it to your fence. Because this climber does not grow very fast, you will not need to do this on a weekly basis. In its natural setting, this Jasmin grows as a groundcover until it finds a tree along which it can climb upwards.
Normal, not too wet
To four metres
Evergreen or deciduous:
Maintenance prune in March or October
Basic NPK in the spring
Vigorous flowering of small, star shaped and scented flowers
Trachlospernum will also grow well in pots. Pruning will keep it in beautiful shape.