Madison Jasmine

Flowering Vine

Fragrant White Blooms in Late Spring

A beautiful vine featuring fragrant white blooms in late spring. Madison Jasmine is an ideal choice for attracting birds and butterflies to the garden. Excellent trained on a trellis for vertical height or used as a colorful groundcover if allowed to spread.


Trachelospermum jasminoides 'Madison'

Madison Jasmine

Profuse, white blooms

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Madison Jasmine

Plant Profile

Plant Type
Full Sun to Full Shade
Average Height
10' - 12'
Average Spacing
5' - 7'
Hardiness Zones
Zone 7 - 10
Soil Moisture
Well-drained, semi-moist
Madison Jasmine

Features & Uses


  • Attracts birds
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Drought tolerant once established
  • Fragrant



  • Ground Cover
  • Vine
Madison Jasmine

General Maintenance


  • Prune to shape as needed. Best if pruned shortly after bloom season.



  • Apply general purpose fertilizer in the spring when new growth appears. Check with your preferred garden center for your specific area.



  • An excellent groundcover if allowed to spread. Its evergreen foliage keeps color in the landscape year round.
Madison Jasmine

Companion Plants

There are several plants that would make great companions in the garden or landscape.
The key to companion planting is selecting plants with similar cultural requirements. Below are a few suggestions:


Ever Red® Loropetalum, Baby Lace® Paniculata, Mini Penny™ Hydrangea, Pink Explosion Azalea

Care & Planting

Care & Planting

Vines are an excellent addition to any garden. All Gardener’s Confidence® Collection varieties are best grown in full sun but will tolerate partial shade.


shown: Hot Lips® Trumpet Vine

Care & Planting

Care & Planting

Climbing vines can be trained to grow on an arbor or fence for a wonderful focal point in the garden. They provide vertical height drawing the eye upward and adding more dimensions to the garden space.


shown: Amethyst Falls Wisteria

Care & Planting

Care & Planting

Vines prefer moist, well-drained, soil, however, once established they are drought tolerant. When planting, condition the soil with plenty of organic matter. It is best to mulch after planting to maintain moisture in the soil.


shown: Jasmine Duet®

  • In the Garden

    In the Garden

    Madison Jasmine is an excellent choice for adding vertical height to any garden. It can be easily trained to climb a trellis for free flowing white blooms in late spring. It is the perfect magnet for bringing a variety of birds and butterflies to the landscape. Create a glowing garden by mixing with other white flowering shrubs such as Baby Lace® Paniculata or Pearlific® Viburnum.

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