Winter Jasmine has soft yellow flowers appearing in February through March over shiny green leaves. A true signifier of impending spring and wonderful source of nectar for early pollinators. The green stems of Jasminum nudiflorum add a note of interest in the winter, and are excellent for trailing over rock walls. A fantastic option for erosion control and can be effective on slopes, or in areas with poor soil. It can be rejuvenated by severe pruning after flowering. This plant is native to Southeastern Tibet to Central China.