One of the most fragrant vines of South Florida, confederate jasmine is blanketed in spring with sweet-scented white flowers. The tiny white blossoms appear in April and May; the rest of the year this is a handsome vine with small and glossy deep green leaves that can provide complete privacy with the right support.
This plant thrives in any light - full sun to full shade - though it will flower more heavily in sunnier areas. A moderate grower, it picks up the pace as it gets more established and turns into a fast-growing vine.
Confederate jasmine can be used on fences, pergolas, you name it...but the closer to the house, deck or patio the better in order to enjoy the lusciously sweet fragrance. These moderate to fast jasmine vines are cold hardy and thrive anywhere in Florida. They will grow in sun or shade but produce the most flowers in sunnier spots.