Star jasmine vines (Trachelospermum jasminoides) are not true jasmine plants, but they do look similar. The foliage is dark green and glossy, and it bears fragrant white flowers during the spring and .
Trachelospermum jasminoides climbing the uprights of this pergola and perfectly illustrating its neat habit - it only sticks out about from its support. Scroll down this board for further details of this wonderful, evergreen, perfumed climber.
If I had to do an ugly chain link fence. Confederate Jasmine is an evergreen flowering vine, drought tolerant once established. It does not clump at the top, so would be ideal for covering a chain link fence year round.
Star Jasmine (shade) The versaitility of Star Jasmine makes it an unkillable winner – ground cover, climber, spreading bush or indoor plant. The fragrant flowers appear in summer. They’re not fussy about soil type or aspect – doing well in sun or shade.
The Vermeer Garden in Chelsea, London, U. designed by Andy Sturgeon - Trachelospermum jasminoides in full flower (an evergreen and scented climbers which obligingly only protrudes about 30 cm from its support)