There are about 200 different types of jasmine plants, such as evergreen, semi-evergreen and deciduous shrubs and shrubs. This olive family member grows best in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 9, producing clusters of fragrant white, yellow or pink flowers from spring through fall. Most jasmine plants need full sunlight to light shade, regular watering and decent soil to grow strongly. Clematis plants prefer the same growing conditions as jasmine and produce a fantastic companion plant. The very best clematis plants to grow with jasmine plants are determined by the wide variety of the desired color scheme.
Blue flowering clematis vines create the very best contrast with yellow jasmine flowers. 1 companionable clematis comprises the marsh clematis (Clematis crispa), which grows best in USDA zones 5 through 11. This deciduous climbing 10-foot-long vine produces purplish-blue bell-shaped flowers throughout the summer. Sapphire Indigo clematis (Clematis “Cleminov 51”), in USDA zones 5 through 9, creates a constant flowering show of blue summer flowers on a vine 4 feet tall.
Dark-colored clematis plants make a high contrast for white-colored plants. Jackman clematis (Clematis x jackmanii) grows best in USDA zones 4 through 9, creating dark-purple flowers from summer through fall. This 18-foot-long deciduous vine needs help to accelerate walls, trellises and arbors. “Julka” clematis (Clematis x “Julka”) grows rich, velvety dark-purple blossoms with petals marked with a deep purplish-red stripe. This 6- year to 9-foot-long vine grows well in USDA zones 4 through 9, attracting butterflies throughout the summer.
Purple clematis flowers look visually satisfying when matched with pink varieties. 1 illustration is the Piilu clematis (Clematis x “Small Duckling”), that creates purple petals with pink edges on a 6-foot-long vine. The first annual flush of flowers appear as dual flowers, but after through the season only single flowers look. Versailles clematis (Clematis x “Evipo025”) grows large 4- to 6-foot-wide purple blossoms from late spring through early fall on a 3- year to 4-foot-high vine in USDA zones 4 through 9.
White clematis flowers go well with any colour of jasmine, creating a bright spot in the garden. 1 summer flowering clematis is the “Alba Luxurians” clematis (Clematis viticella “Alba Luxurians”), which grows strongly in USDA zones 4 through 9. This 8- to 12-foot-long vine creates clusters of pinwheel-shaped flowers. Sweet Autumn clematis (Clematis terniflora), in USDA zones 5 through 11, flowers from summer through fall, creating white star-shaped flowers reaching 1 inch across on this 10- to 15-foot-long vine.