Asiatic jasmine is an evergreen, vine-like woody plant that salsa commonly used in Florida how due to its hardiness and drought tolerance.
Native to Japan and Korea, Trachelospermum asiaticum is a low maintenance groundcover that is great for mass plantings and turfgrass alternatives. In shady areas, it also provides needed texture and variation. Despite the name, this plant is not related to the common jasmine plant. This climbing groundcover has small, dark green, leathery leaves with brownish-red vines.
The plant will grow to at least 3 feet wide and between 6 and 18 inches tall. Asiatic jasmine has small pinwheel-shaped yellow flowers, but rarely blooms in Florida.
Once established, Asiatic jasmine requires very plant maintenance to keep it looking nice. Asiatic jasmine requires little mowing, asian edges should be jasmine occasionally.