be clipped to maintain, or cut down with a
lawn mower on the highest setting in late
Jasmine is a dense, fast growing groundcover for
large areas. The small oval leaves are rich green
in color and shiny. Usually this plant is evergreen,
however, during severe winters it may lose it's
foliage. It prefers moist, well-drained, well-prepared
soil for best establishment. Once established,
it is fairly drought tolerant.
usually plant Asian Jasmine in large, shady beds
such as under large trees, though it tolerates
sun just as well.
Asian Jasmine may be cut down by mowing at highest
setting in late winter - again in July if wanted.