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(Cape Jasmine, Gardenia, Glazer's Gardenia)

Glazer's gardenia is grown for its lush foliage, rounded compact habit and wonderfully fragrant flowers. This East Asian native is a superb evergreen shrub for southerly gardens. Its neat, dense form and glossy, medium green leaves provide landscape interest year-round. From late spring to midsummer, 'Glazerii' produces many large, flattened double white flowers. Heaviest blooming is in late spring.

Acidic, evenly moist soil with good drainage is crucial for plant health and successful blooming....

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Cape-jessamine, Gardenia)

This terrific gardenia is a heavy-flowering, compact, evergreen shrub that’s hardier than most gardenias. It offers fragrant, six-petaled, radial, ivory blossoms in spring and summer. The leaves are lustrous, glossy green, and the habit is neat and rounded. If not deadheaded, the flowers will ripen into red-orange berries that are also decorative.

Acidic, evenly moist soils with good drainage are crucial for plant health and successful blooming. Common gardenia grows best in full to partial sun...

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Jessie Keith

(Cape Jasmine, Gardenia, Kleim's Hardy Gardenia)

The hardy gardenia 'Kleim's Hardy' is a small and tidy evergreen shrub that originates from China. Its lustrous glossy leaves provide landscape interest all season. In late spring or early summer it offers large, highly perfumed, creamy six-petaled flowers. These may reappear sporadically until the cool days of autumn.

Acidic, moist soils with good drainage and ample warmth are crucial for plant health and successful blooming. Gardenia should also be provided with full to partial sun and good...

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McCorkle Nurseries, Inc.; Gardener's Confidence Collection

(Cape-jessamine, Gardenia)

Grown for its compact form and intoxicating blooms, Heaven Scent® is a great choice for containers and beds. This robust small shrub has lush, medium-sized leaves, a rounded habit and wonderfully fragrant flowers.

East Asian in origin, gardenia is a superb evergreen shrub for gardens in mild winter climates. Its neat, dense form and glossy, dark green leaves provide landscape interest all year around. From late spring to summer Heaven Scent™ produces many large, single, waxy flowers that are...

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James Burghardt

(Cape Jasmine, Gardenia, Miami Supreme Gardenia)

Miami Supreme gardenia is a large, densely- foliaged shrub that produces large fragrant double-flowers. The glossy green leaves of this native of China, Taiwan and Japan are attractive and a beautiful companion to the blossoms. From late spring to summer it produces many large, waxy, ivory flowers with an intoxicating fragrance. Occasionally a sporadic flowering may occur in late summer or fall.

Acidic, evenly moist soils with excellent drainage and fertility are crucial for plant health and...

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Cape Jessamine, Gardenia, Michael Gardenia)

Best known for its lush glossy foliage, rounded habit and wonderfully fragrant flowers, common gardenia is a superb, cold-tender evergreen shrub. The cultivar 'Michael' has a dense rounded form and is one of the hardiest selections. It bears waxy, double, ivory-white flowers from late spring to late summer and has handsome dark-green leaves that provide year-round interest.

Acidic, evenly moist soil with good drainage is crucial for plant health and successful blooming. Common gardenia grows...

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James Burghardt

(Cape Jasmine, Cape Jessamine, Gardenia, Mystery Gardenia)

Best known for its lush foliage, rounded habit and wonderfully fragrant flowers, common gardenia is a superb, cold-tender evergreen shrub native to East Asia. The quintessential florist's gardenia, 'Mystery' bears large, waxy, double, ivory-white flowers from late spring to late summer or early fall. Its glossy, dark-green leaves on airy, upright branches are attractive year-round. The colorful red and yellow bases (calyces) of the flowers often remain long after the petals have dropped, providing...

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James H. Schutte

(Cape-jessamine, Gardenia)

Best known for its lush foliage, rounded habit and wonderfully fragrant flowers, this East Asian native is a superb evergreen shrub for warmer climate gardens. Its neat, dense form and glossy, dark green leaves provide landscape interest year round. From late spring to summer it produces many large, waxy, ivory flowers whose powerful fragrance permeates the garden. Flowers may be single, semi-double or double depending on the cultivar. Dwarf, cold-hardy, and variegated cultivars are also available....

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Dwarf Gardenia, Gardenia)

Dwarf Gardenia boasts the famously fragrant white flowers of the common gardenia but is better used as a groundcover and has smaller, finely-textured leaves. This China native has small double white flowers in the summertime.

Acidic, moist soils with good drainage with incorporated organic matter are this plant's needs. It should also be provided with full to part sun and good air circulation. This cultivar should be given a bit more protection from cold temperatures and winter winds in USDA...

(Cape Jasmine, Cape Jessamine, Gardenia, Shooting Star Gardenia)

The gardenia cultivar ‘Shooting Star’ is distinguished by its compact habit, winter hardiness and exceptionally large, fragrant, single, creamy white flowers. This Eastern Asian evergreen shrub blooms from late spring to summer. Flowers are followed by small, inedible, orange-brown fruits that mature in fall and add a hint of ornamental flair. Throughout the season, the glossy, dark green, lance-shaped leaves of gardenia remain attractive.

Though winter hardy to USDA Hardiness zone 6, this gardenia...