This evergreen vine is closely related to Gelsemium sempervirens (Which see). It is a rare species is found in wet habitats in the coastal plain of the southeastern U.S. It is floriferous and flowers both in spring and fall but the yellow trumpet shaped flowers are not fragrant. Plant in sunny location with moist acid soil or provide irrigation in drier sites. It was probably first made available by Woodlanders but is now becoming available from a few other nurseries.
USDA Hardiness Zone 7-9