Fragrant semi-double primrose yellow flowers are carried during spring well into summer on an arching, weeping shrub evergreen shrub. This native of western China was widely grown in Australian gardens 50-60 years ago. Jasminum primulinum was the recipient of the prestigious The Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden Merit. Primrose Jasmine can be trained on a fence, allowed to spill down banks and slopes. Fairly drought tolerant it is best grown in a sunny or lightly shaded spot where it will grow 2-3 metres tall by 2 metres across.