No probably not. Star Jasmine grows ideally in southern climate
Yes, order it. I received mine and it was in excellent shape and one I would have picked off the shelf in the garden section! I was impressed and I am sure you will be too!
Full sun is best, though it can tolerate some shade provided it is allowed sun for most of the day.
Confederate jasmine is evergreen in growing zones 8-10 although it must be covered during frost conditions. In colder growing zones, plants should be treated as an annual and/or moved inside during winter. It is deer RESISTANT.
Yes, that should be plenty of room for them to flourish. I would only plant one per container. Make sure you have drainage in your planters.
yes if it has something to climb on like a trellis
I would say yes. I live in Missouri and mines an indoor plant but thrives at those temps. Once mine began to bloom it started shedding its pretty fall color leaves
Not for me!