It has a number of common names including yellow jessamine or jasmine,
Carolina jasmine or jessamine, evening trumpetflower, gelsemium and woodbine
Learn about South Carolina's State Flower, Carolina Jasmine, also known as
Yellow Jasmine, Carolina Jessamine, trumpet vine, and evening trumpet flower.
Carolina jessamine is easy to grow. It is attractive on an arbor where the slender
branches hung with yellow flowers can be seen from below. This plant will stay ...
Officially adopted by the General Assembly on February 1, 1924, for the following reasons: it is indigenous to every nook and corner of the State; it is the first pre-monitor of coming Spring ; its fragrance greets us first in the woodland and its delicate flower sugges... More »
Yellow jessamine (Gelsemium sempervirens) is the South Carolina State Flower
and also called as Carolina jessamine, poor man's rope, or yellow jasmine.
Carolina jessamine is a favorite native vine for gardeners in zone 6 and south,
because it puts on a spectacular display of masses of fragrant yellow flowers in ...
Aug 24, 2012 ... Learn why South Carolina chose the sweet smelling yellow Jessamine as its
state flower, by reading our detailed history, complete with fun ...
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Yellow Jessamine Gelsemium sempervirens. Officially adopted by the General
Assembly on February 1, 1924, for the following reasons: it is indigenous to every