Jasmine is a popular climber grown for the masses of highly scented white flowers which continue from mid summer into early autumn. The plants are strong twiners, best grown over a shed, porch, arbour or other outbuilding, or a large old tree stump. A certain amount of cutting back will be needed in spring to keep the plant looking trim and tidy but don't do more than is needed. The plants are rather too big to accommodate on a small trellis on the wall of a house. Jasmine associates nicely with climbing roses, honeysuckle or clematis, but it looks superb grown on its own.