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Chilean Jasmine (Mandevilla Laxa)

Kew Gardens, London

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Annie Thornton added this to Great Design Plant: Chilean Jasmine
How to use it. As with most vines and climbers, 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. In colder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter.As a twining vine, 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. Read more on garden climbers

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maryjelinek added this to maryjelinek's Ideas
July 19, 2014
Possible vine
Safari Agure added this to safari_agure's ideas
June 25, 2014
ljs
Jackie Simons added this to Gardens
May 27, 2014
Chilean Jasmine foliage
maidamilone added this to maidamilone's Ideas
May 18, 2014
For the deck.
gammik added this to Landscaping
April 25, 2014
Chilean Jasmine Vine
rnswisher added this to garden
April 21, 2014
climber
vivdavis3 added this to gardens
April 13, 2014
Botanical name: Mandevilla laxa (syn. Mandevilla suaveolens) Common name: Chilean Jasmine USDA zones: 8 to 11 Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 15 feet, spreading Benefits and tolerances: Attracts bees, butterflies and birds Seasonal interest: Blooms summer through fall When to plant: Spring Caution: Parts of the plant are toxic if ingested
raspfire added this to Backyard
March 16, 2014
Yasmin
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November 21, 2013
Jasmine
billiebuck added this to LANDSCAPING
November 12, 2013
jasmine vine on a fence
jjdiego added this to Landscaping Ideas
November 6, 2013
Good for yard?
nprashu added this to atrium
September 22, 2013
Living wall
heathclifff added this to backyard
August 13, 2013
Chilean jasmine, might die in winter
Diana Will added this to Patio Color
July 21, 2013
Over by dining table
barbcee1 added this to barbcee1's ideas
July 21, 2013
Chilean Jasmine (Mandevilla Laxa) is not as likely to damage underlying structures than some climbing plants
nole added this to nancy's back and side yard
July 18, 2013
good vine for back yars
ebfey added this to Garden design/inspiration
July 17, 2013
How to use it. As with most vines and climbers, 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. In colder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter. As a twining vine, 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.
apags added this to Fence & Borders
June 22, 2013
to cover an old brick wall
janzander added this to landscaping
June 14, 2013
creeper
dpkasberg added this to Landscape Ideas
June 13, 2013
chilean jasmine
pldon added this to garden, exterior
June 4, 2013
Chilean Jasmine
nwboater added this to Fencing
May 25, 2013
Chilean Jasmine vines
seajenni added this to 1st Garden
May 19, 2013
chilean jasmine
amitchell48 added this to amitchell48's ideas
April 29, 2013
outdoor privacy
lmj091076 added this to Marylhurst Landscaping
April 20, 2013
Love this!!
silohouse added this to silohouse's ideas
April 17, 2013
chilean jasmine will be part of the silo
peintre21 added this to Landscape Ideas
April 13, 2013
Chilean climing Jasmine to cover unsightly walls. Does not do damage to structures like wisteria. Smells lovely
Mary Rocz added this to Landscape gardening
April 6, 2013
Chilean jasmine for around the pool. Smells like hawaii
sowens400 added this to Garden
March 25, 2013
1st choice for fence cover, perennial, full sun, accepts clay
gay1lynn added this to Flowers and other things
March 13, 2013
Chilean Jasmine. Use as with most vines and climbers, Chilean Jasmine's foliage is great for masking unsightly walls or other surfacesl If trellised, it can spread up to 15 ft. & the reflective heat will be beneficial to flowering. In volder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter.
dreamtudor added this to Planting ideas for Spring
February 11, 2013
Chilean Jasmine_ vines with white flowers
dreamhousse added this to dreamhousse's ideas
January 23, 2013
As with most vines and climbers, 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.
mwl800 added this to What to Plant
January 18, 2013
Chilean Jasmine will not spread as forcefully or do damage to structures unlike wisteria
luolan added this to luolan's ideas
December 12, 2012
Chilean Jasmine's
pk13 added this to pk13's ideas
November 28, 2012
white flowering vine
irissima added this to landscape
November 4, 2012
chilean jasmine covering wall
gennygreen added this to gennygreen's ideas
October 29, 2012
Chilean Jasmine: to chilly for it?
Patty Lezin added this to plezin's ideas
October 24, 2012
vine
bobtyson added this to bobtyson's ideas
October 23, 2012
Botanical name: Mandevilla laxa (syn. Mandevilla suaveolens) Common name: Chilean Jasmine
happykatzz added this to happykatzz's ideas
October 21, 2012
landscape small
Irene Cheng added this to Garden
October 19, 2012
Wall plants
avaboo added this to avaboo's ideas
October 8, 2012
plant on a south or west facing area - more sun, more flowers
westport2 added this to playa1
October 7, 2012
Chilean Jasmine - Fragrant - spread up to 15'
ellescot added this to ellescot's ideas
October 7, 2012
Adjacent to the picket gate. Maybe on the support posts.
sandr119 added this to sandr119's Favorites
October 7, 2012
Chilean jasmine
tericote1 added this to tericote1's ideas
September 27, 2012
Jasmine big leafs
Liz Kuznia added this to liz_kuznia's ideas
September 12, 2012
Jasmine
amar115 added this to plants
August 11, 2012
chilean jasmine (Mandevillia laxa). Spreading vine can go up wall or trellis.
deanna_and_jon added this to deanna_and_jon's ideas
August 8, 2012
great for the back fence!
sitarih added this to sitarih's ideas
August 7, 2012
Wall climber CHilean Jasmine (Mandevilla Laxa)
ikwewe added this to T'ville exterior
July 15, 2012
Botanical name: Mandevilla laxa (syn. Mandevilla suaveolens) Common name: Chilean Jasmine USDA zones: 8 to 11 Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 15 feet, spreading Benefits and tolerances: Attracts bees, butterflies and birds Seasonal interest: Blooms summer through fall When to plant: Spring Back fence outside dining area
jennifertreacy added this to jennifertreacy's ideas
July 13, 2012
mandevilla laxa ever green climber
LinOne added this to Gardens
July 7, 2012
Chilean Jasmine - how to
gxtaylor added this to gxtaylor's ideas
July 2, 2012
birdiee added this to my garden
June 24, 2012
info on chilean jasmine.climbers and how to use them.
pgkmroc added this to Plants
June 24, 2012
For the campo fence area to over flow to side yard
kclock added this to kclock's Favorites
June 22, 2012
Vine for the Garage
halversondana added this to halversondana's ideas
June 21, 2012
chilean jasmine
mcd53 added this to Garden
June 21, 2012
Chilean jasmine
Lyn added this to garden
June 21, 2012
ugly wall: As a twining vine, 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.
cynday added this to cynday's ideas
June 21, 2012
Chilean jasmine. Less invasive than wisteria. Attracts butterflies and bees.
jeannedrexel added this to jeannedrexel's ideas
June 20, 2012
vine for fence on the street? Larger leaf and flower than star jasmine
thelakehouse added this to lake exterior ideas
June 20, 2012
Chiliean Jasmine vine for pergola?
hannpie added this to Porches / garden
June 20, 2012
Botanical name: Mandevilla laxa (syn. Mandevilla suaveolens) Common name: Chilean Jasmine USDA zones: 8 to 11 Water requirement: Regular Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 15 feet, spreading Benefits and tolerances: Attracts bees, butterflies and birds Seasonal interest: Blooms summer through fall When to plant: Spring Caution: Parts of the plant are toxic if ingested
Natasha Barrault Design added this to Landscape notes
June 17, 2012
Saltair
kyriakossp196701 added this to kyriakossp196701's ideas
June 17, 2012
chilean jasmine trained on a wall
lynnbushell added this to garden
June 16, 2012
vine
karenseamon added this to pergolas
June 16, 2012
chilean jasmine
Rhonda Keyes added this to Rhondak7's gardening
June 16, 2012
Maybe good for chain link fence. How to use it. As with most vines and climbers, 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. In colder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter. As a twining vine, 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.
contactdeannadecker added this to Landscaping
June 15, 2012
Chilean jasmine
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June 15, 2012
chilean jasmine vine
steffen added this to steffen's Favorites
June 14, 2012
Rankel
margkrup added this to margkrup's ideas
June 14, 2012
chilean jasmine. Non destructive, Long blooming.
nelvickalif added this to nelvickalif's ideas
June 14, 2012
Chilean jazmin - great to cover areas or make them more attractive.
pm183 added this to landscape
June 14, 2012
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.
makainyc added this to makainyc's Favorites
June 14, 2012
chilean jasmine climbing vine - smells like hawaii
mayeslbj added this to mayeslbj's Favorites
June 14, 2012
Chilean jasmine as climbing vine
nicmillerole added this to Garden
June 14, 2012
Chilean Jasmine
mia007 added this to mia007's ideas
June 14, 2012
How to use it. As with most vines and climbers, 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. In colder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter. As a twining vine, 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.
Deanya Schempp added this to outdoor
June 14, 2012
Chilean Jasmine - climber
joyeyoungs added this to joyeyoungs's ideas
June 13, 2012
garden wall
mmcbain added this to landscape
June 13, 2012
plant on front wall
joyciep added this to patio and landscape
June 13, 2012
climbing chilean jasmine
elcsas added this to garden ideas
June 13, 2012
chilean jasmine
coreyandcobie added this to coreyandcobie's ideas
June 13, 2012
like this plant
lyvigil added this to landscaping ideas
June 13, 2012
How to use it. As with most vines and climbers, 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. In colder climates, some gardeners prefer to plant it in containers so it can be moved inside for winter. As a twining vine, 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.
jehundley added this to Outside Living
June 13, 2012
back fence?
mahm added this to Gardening
June 13, 2012
would look good on backyard fence
Viki Ruchkan added this to Landscape
June 13, 2012
chilean jasmine
mimicoletteg added this to mimicoletteg's ideas
June 13, 2012
Chilean Mandevillia, Sun, west or south facing. Smells good.
hcdrossetti added this to Landscaping
June 13, 2012
Chilean Jasmine - scent, white, climbing
Jay Webb added this to jay_webb's ideas
June 13, 2012
Fence cover
rkingsbury added this to rkingsbury's ideas
June 13, 2012
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.
hedd added this to hedd's ideas
June 11, 2012
Like this vine
susanpmerry added this to Landscaping
June 11, 2012
For driveway wall if hardy enough?
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