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Sale Double Mint Gardenia flower close up

Gardenia jasminoides 'Double Mint' (cape jasmine)

$29.00
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Evergreen shrub

Double Mint Gardenia is a great name for these perky, 2" diameter, abundant flowers. It is our best reblooming gardenia, to the point of continuous bloom through summer.

Heavenly-scented flowers adorn a slightly smaller stature that's perfect for smaller spaces and containers.

To compare with Sweet Tea, this one is a better rebloomer and is a smaller plant, but less cold hardy. Also, its flowers have more petals so they are fully double.

Double Mint Gardenia is one of two First Editions® Gardenias that we grow.

  • fragrant, showy, rebloomer
  • deer resistant
  • heat tolerant
  • fragrant flowers
  • deer resistant
Common Name
Double Mint gardenia
Other Names
Double Mint cape jasmine, gardenia, cape jasmine
USDA Hardiness Zones
8a-10b
Size
small
Class
evergreen
Shape
rounded
Height
2.5-3'
Width
2.5-3'
Growth Rate
average
Flower Color
white
Showy Flower?
yes
Flower Season
spring, summer
Leaf Colors
  • Winter: dark green
  • Summer: dark green
  • Fall: dark green
Fall Leaf Color Quality
evergreen and holds dark green color well in the cold, doesn't bronze
Native to USA?
no
Native To
Asia
Soil Moisture Requirements
moist-but-draining
Soil pH Requirements
acid to neutral
Light Requirements
full sun, part shade
To Make It Thrive
Shelter gardenias from cold and work organic matter into the soil because they like it rich.
Plant Patent
PP23,507
It's March and the new growth is damaged, what happened?
Damage to new growth from early spring frosts is called "burning." To prevent frost nipping the new growth, folks throw old sheets, blankets, or burlap over their gardenias when they notice new growth and the thermometer dropping below 32 degrees. Likely only the new growth will get nipped and the plant will grow back just fine and you'll never even notice something happened.

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