Jasminum nudiflorum Information

Jasminum nudiflorum, commonly known as winter jasmine, is a deciduous shrub that belongs to the Oleaceae family. It is native to China and has been widely cultivated in many parts of the world for its attractive yellow flowers that bloom in winter and early spring.

Winter jasmine typically grows up to 10 feet in height, but can be trained to climb a trellis or other support structure. It has long, arching branches with bright green leaves that are composed of three leaflets. The flowers are bright yellow, star-shaped, and about 1 inch in diameter. They appear in late winter or early spring, before the leaves emerge.

Winter jasmine is a relatively easy plant to grow and can tolerate a range of soil types and growing conditions. It prefers full sun to partial shade and can grow in USDA hardiness zones 6 to 10. It is often used as a ground cover, in mass plantings, or trained to climb walls or trellises. The plant is also known for its medicinal properties and is used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat a variety of ailments.