An abundance of very dainty white star shaped flowers come out in around July, August and continue into early September and they have a strong sweet fragrance to fill your garden with scent.
Trachelospermum are are woody evergreen twining climber that originates from the woodlands of Japan Korea and China. They have a pretty dark green oval leaf and will climb in twine happily on most walls supports like trellis wire or netting. In some southern areas of England the plant will stay evergreen whilst in more northerly regions, the leaves often turn a reddy-bronze during the colder winter months.
Trachelospermum jasminoides can be grown throughout the whole of the UK because it's from that select band of hardy evergreen climbers which will grow in sun or shade and on a great variety of supports including a pergola, archway or fences and walls.
The best soil conditions would be fertile well drained and improved with rotted organic matter like garden compost, or if growing in a large container (50cm diameter and depth minimum) pot with a loam-based potting compost like John Innes No.3.
The ultimate height will be between 10 and 15 feet assuming that you prune a little each Autumn once the flowers have finished and it will take around 5 to 8 years to make this size.