How To Grow Star Jasmine. Apart from these two periods avoid at any cost days of high temperatures or of freezing cold. Star jasmine is best propagated by stem cuttings in the summer.
How to grow star jasmine in a garden Choose a well drained spot in the garden that attracts full sun to part shade. In the UK Star Jasmine can be grown as a climber in a sheltered and sunny garden in the south. For best results grow jasmine near a wall or fence in moist but well-drained soil in a sheltered sunny site.
Work organic compost into the soil.
Using clean clippers take a 4-inch long cutting just below a leaf node. Star jasmine is best propagated by stem cuttings in the summer. Star jasmine plants will grow in a variety of soils and though they bloom best in full sun they do well in partial shade and will even tolerate heavy shade. Star jasmine or trachelopermum jasminoide is a flowering plant native to East Asian countries.