Question by  Toddthe (63)

Is jasmine a drought tolerant vine?

What are some others?


Answer by  sooz (644)

Yes, Jasmine is drought tolerant. Some other drought tolerant vines are Boston Ivy, Trumpet Vine, Climbing Fig, Chinese Wisteria, Clematis, American Ivy, Bamboo Vine, American Bittersweet, Creeping Phlox, Virginia Creeper and Trumpet Creeper.


Answer by  BrendaG (6111)

The vine is drought tolerant after planted and establishing itself. Others include Clematis, Honeysuckle, Boston ivy, Chinese Wisteria, Climbing Fig, Muscadine Grape, Carolina Jassamine, and Virginia Creeper.


Answer by  Brandydog (631)

There are diffrent varieties of Jasmine. Some are more tollerant to a drought than others. A few good ones if you are worried about low water conditions are itilian yellow jasmine and star jasmine.


Answer by  DaffodilPetals (105)

Jasmine is somewhat drought tolerant. Some need a lot of water, but italian yellow jasmine and star jasmine are good for drought. It's best to water it when you can, but if you can't water it for a few days it should be fine. Just make sure to keep an eye on it.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Yes Jasmine is a drought tolerant vine. It tolerates drought very well. Some others include Boston Ivy, Trumpet Vine, Climbing Fig, Chinese Wisteria and Clematis. My favorite is the climbing fig. It is very beautiful and grows to be quite tall. I also like the clematis. That is sure to please.


Answer by  Advisor (1032)

As with most vines, Jasmine is somewhat drought tolerant. Vines have the ability to hold and redistribute moisture within the plant to protect against dry periods.


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

No.Jasmine is not a drought tolerant vine.It needs water in large amount for flowering.If the water supply is less you can see the leaves become small and the plant will not produce buds.The plant will become prone to disease and pest attack.


Answer by  Missmeme11 (134)

The Jasmine Vine Is Perfect to Use In drought Conditions It Can Live For 2 to 3 months with out water


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

It can't go forever without water but it does ok without rain for a week or so in high temperatures. Vinca vines do the baest in low water high heat situations they are a very hearty vine.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

I'm not sure but I know that grapevines take very little water and Vinca Vines don't require much water either.

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