Evergreen jasmine is a hardy plant that can be grown safely in the garden, because it can resist the cold. It can be planted in the ground or in pots, but make sure you provide a large bed or a large container. As it is a creeper, however, it produces a fairly large root system, and so it requires a good amount of land to sink the roots.
Prepare a good rich soil, mixed with mature manure. The branches of jasmine are ample and flexible, and tend to grow fast, even in a single growing season, so the young plants must be positioned near a trellis to attach the first low branches, so that as they grow they will be able to climb the support provided.
During the growing season, the plant should be watered only when the soil is dry, and at least a couple of times a year you should spread a slow-release granular fertilizer around the stem. After flowering, shorten those branches that are too elongated, so as to better contain the plant’s speedy growth.