Gelsemium sempervirens is the Botanical name for the Yellow Jessamine. This is an attractive climbing plant with a twining habit which means the stems twine around objects so the plant can reach higher. It is an evergreen best suited for temperate and warmer climates, and has masses of small yellow flowers in Spring, which look great against the glossy deep green leaves, and the flowers have a lovely fragrance. Yellow Jessamine is also the state flower of South Carolina in the USA. The nectar from the flowers attracts birds and other pollinators, but all parts of the plant are toxic to humans.
You can grow this plant on a trellis or pergola for privacy, or to hide a wall, or also in pots ,with a support in place for the plant. Plant it in a sunny spot for the best flower display, and it will grow quite quickly. This plant was growing in a Sydney garden where it enjoyed the heat from a brick wall.