Jasminum is an evergreen or deciduous shrub, often scandent, usually producing stems 2 - 3 metres long, occasionally to 5 metres.
In practically all countries in which jasmine occurs its fragrant flowers have been used since antiquity for personal adornment, in religious ceremonies, strewn at feasts and added to baths. Fresh flower production and distribution is a big industry, especially in the Middle East and the Mediterranean, but also in parts of South-East Asia.
It is widely cultivated in warm temperate, subtropical and tropical climates all over the world for its scented flowers, as an ornamental and as a source of essential oil.
Full sun to part shade
(2-3) times per week in sunny days,in rainy days you might not need to water outdoor jasmine at all.