Oh if only this was hardy I think it would be in almost every garden in the UK. A gorgeous climber with evergreen, dark green, glossy leaves and pure white, fragrant flowers that are produced from spring through to late autumn. Madagascar jasmine has been a popular houseplant for a very long time and I do not think it has ever fallen out of fashion or ever will. Plant in a bright spot indoors but out of direct midday summer sun or with shade netting if growing in a heated greenhouse. It really needs a minimum night time temperature of 10c or above during the winter and although can handle short spells down to about 5c lower temperatures will eventually cause damage.
Our plants are usually supplied growing around hoops but can easily be untangled and grown up a small bamboo wigwam or other similar support. Stephanotis rarely recover from hard pruning so if you wish to develop a nice bushy plant prune lightly but regularly removing any weak growth as you go. Use a humus rich, moist but well drained potting compost when re-potting and overpot, they do like the freedom to spread out their roots and re-potting usually need to be done every 3 years. Feed every two weeks during the spring, summer and early autumn with a high potassium liquid food. Maximum height and spread is about 6 meters but regular light pruning will keep the plant much smaller and compact.
Sent in a 12 cm pot and usually (but not always) with flower buds.