|Trachelospermum jaminoides is a twining evergreen vine, often used as a groundcover. The leaves are glossy and dark green and the flowers are fragrant, 1 inch wide, 5-petalled white blooms that are borne on cymes. They are late spring blooming, then sporadically after that, with a wonderful fragrance. Madison is a variety that tends to be a little more cold tolerant than most confederate jasmine. As a vine, it requires support such as a trellis, and can be used as an effective privacy screen. Regular pruning will keep this vine from taking over. Prefers moist and well drained soil, and partial or full shade. Native to Japan and China.