6,085 climbing jasmin Home Design Photos

Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
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Topiary & Clipped Planting In the Garden
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Is that Chinese star Jasmine climbing on the wall behind the buxus.. I was thinking of the same but was not sure if the combination would work...?
Is Chinese star jasmine suitable for canadian winters, thank you
Jasmine Vine Espalier option for raised planter behind large palm area in back. space them out along planter to corner of home, running behind the new fountain area and fire bowl area.
Bushes and climbing plants against house
jasmine along wall with hedge in front
Like hedge and climbing star jasmin
from including the deliciously scented star jasmine (above). Consider also the winter-flowering Pyrostegia venusta ‘Flame Vine’, Hardenbergia violacea ‘Coral Pea Vine’, the unusually scented Akebia quinata ‘Chocolate Vine’ and Jasminum azoricum ‘Azores Jasmine’.
“star jasmine” — eocallaghan
Conte & Conte, LLC
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Cascading Jasmine on the Pergola
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(Greenwich, Belle Haven, Stamford, Darien, New Canaan, Fairfield, Southport, Rowayton, Manhattan, Larchmont, Bedford Hills, Armonk, Massachusetts) Jasmine covering a pergola in Fairfield County, thanks to Fairfield House & Garden Co. for building this!
covered in a climbing jasmine vine
Cascading jasmine please
Jasmine climber around archway?
Jasmine covering pergola
Jasmine, wisteria, honeysuckle, grapevine
Cascading Jasmine, pool landscaping
Jasmine grows here? Apparently
Cascading Jasmine on the Pergola
Cascading jasmine...Jasmine on Pergola...climbing plants
“.” — Kimberly Roberts
Cloth and Goods
Cloth and Goods
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indoor climbing jasmin
Boekel Tuinen
Small city garden
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climbing jasmine, and shade loving, easy plants
side.The pergola works hard, and its multiple uses exemplify Boekel’s design mantra for the garden. It shelters the outdoor sofa, supports the climbing star jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) and holds the outdoor lighting.More: The 3 Ingredients of a Magical Night Garden
“Little seating area” — jlbabineaux
Outside Landscape Group
2 Reviews
Outside Landscape Group
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love the arbor with the climbing jasmine.
“Gateway to garden if it gets complex...” — platzs
Hortus Oasis
15 Reviews
Tiny Townhome Garden
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The fragrance of the confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) greets you at the door. www.hortusoasis.com
This spring flowering vine is Confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) hardy in Zones 8-11. The blooms are extremely fragrant and the vine will grow in full sun to part shade. We usually specify it on a trellis (as shown) and not on an overhead structure such as
jasmine smell. is this possible in our area?
the scent of jasmine lessens feelings of anxiety
jasmine in rectangle planter and espalier climbing
Confederate jasmine for the hidden garden
jasmine wrapped porch makes you feel relaxed and pretty flowers.
Use old materials for climbing plants
star jasmine "espaliered"? like the exterior paint color.
“Pretty” — Kim Stover_Sinke
Donna Lynn - Landscape Designer
Fragrant Stephanotis
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Not potato vine, fig, star jasmine or anything that gets big bushy or woody...any ideas...thanks!...we are in Ojai, Ca...freezes
Add a few fragrant plants, such as the stephanotis wrapped around this column. Perfume the air with a hint of orange blossom or jasmine — just enough
your garden guests. Add a few fragrant plants, such as the stephanotis wrapped around this column. Perfume the air with a hint of orange blossom or jasmine — just enough to make one wonder where that heavenly scent is coming from and seek its source. Tip: Subtlety adds to the allure. Avoid overwhelming
“Stephanotis...!” — caroliefhodel
John
Chilean Jasmine (Mandevilla Laxa)
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Chilean Jasmine requires additional support in order to grow. Unlike wisteria, another twining vine, Chilean Jasmine will not spread as forcefully or do damage to structures.
Chilean jasmine, might die in winter
Chilean Jasmine (Mandevilla Laxa) is not as likely to damage underlying structures than some climbing plants
hilean Jasmine can spread up to 15 feet, and the reflective heat will be beneficial to flowering. In colder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter.
chilean jasmine climbing vine - smells like hawaii
Chilean Jasmine - scent, white, climbing
Chilean Jasmine's foliage is great for masking unsightly walls or other surfaces. If trellised, Chilean Jasmine can spread up to 15 feet, and the reflective heat will be beneficial to flowering.
“Possible vine” — maryjelinek
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