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Downy Jasmine, Jasminum multiflorum

Downy jasmine is considered a vine, but in residential landscapes, it is often trained as a shrub.  Flowers appear all year long, with varying intensities. 

The stems and leaves are covered with a downy pubescense, giving the plant a soft texture.  Flowers are not as fragrant as most jasmines.

When left unpruned, downy jasmine forms a large spreading shrub, filled with flowers.

Alex Driscoll
Certified Arborist #1249A
Plant Guide / Flowering Shrubs / Downy Jasmine