Jasminum species and cultivars
True jasmines belong to the genus Jasminum. However, the common name "jasmine" has also been applied to a variety of other plants outside the genus, usually because their white fragrant flowers and perhaps a similar growth habit. An example popular in Qld is the "Star Jasmine", Trachelospermum
Other plants have been assigned jasminoides in their scientific name, meaning "like jasmine" e.g. Pandorea jasminoides.
Note that some jasmines exhibit weedy tendencies in some parts of the country.
Jasminum in the Landscape
These photographs are provided to help you identify jasmines you might have or consider planting and illustrate their manner of growth, ways to train them etc. Click for larger images.
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Identity uncertain, but this might be Jasminum sambac 'Maid of Orleans'
This is commonly called star jasmine or Chinese star jasmine, although it is not a true jasmine. More here: Trachelospermum