Jun 28, Star Jasmine's a versatile plant. Whether you grow it as a vine, shrub, border edging, ground cover, over an arch, up an obelisk rose pillar or against a trellis, pruning will be in order. Here's the best time to prune jasmine plus how I trimmed mine this spring. Oh, Star Jasmine; when you’re in full bloom you’re ever so treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins. Jul 07, The time to prune Star Jasmine is right after it’s finished flowering.
I pruned mine in early June but could have done it in early May. This plant can be pruned fairly hard or on the light side, depending on the look you want. You may need to prune 1 or 2 more times in summer/early fall depending on what form it’s growing treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 4 mins.
Jan 18, Jasmine is grown as much for its intense fragrance as for the bright yellow or white flowers that cover the vines. While summer jasmine (Jasminum officinale and J. grandiflorum) enjoys a sunny location, winter jasmine (J. nudiflorum) prefers a shady treelop.buzz it where you can best enjoy the fragrance in addition to hummingbirds and butterflies that will cluster around its treelop.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Star jasmine grows outdoors in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 10, where it can become a sprawling shrub, a 3-foot-tall groundcover or an ornamental vine on a support.