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Asian Jasmine; Jazmin asiatico; Teika-Kazura
About This Plant
Sun/shade; evergreen and low-growing, eventually forming a dense twining groundcover that makes a nice alternative to grass. Asiatic jasmine is typically used around live oaks where it’s too dark to grow grass. Slow to establish, it forms a fairly permanent fixture in the shaded landscape. In full sun, however, it may decline without regular care.
Grooming is performed by hedging during the growing season; if needed, in late winter, it can be mowed down to 4 inches to restart the foliage; raise the blades to the highest setting (and watch for sprinkler heads).
Grooming and watering. May be hedged during the growing season. Can be mowed down to 4″ in late winter.