Blue jasmine (Clematis crispa)
Blue jasmine is a clematis that is a semi-woody vine native to wet sites as swamps and flood plains of southeastern North America. The vine usually dies back to the ground in winter. The blooms occur in the spring and again in the fall with possible periodic blooms during the summer.
|Care||Known Problems||How to Harvest||Mature Size||Notes/Uses|
|Provide consistent moisture and fertilization in spring to support the rapid growth; Mulch around the plant to help keep the roots cool and moist||n/a||n/a||Height: up to 10 feet
Width: up to 6 feet
|Poisonous to humans|