Bees Jasmine. Of the true jasmines, this is the only pink flowering form. It produces deep rose-pink flowers in groups of 3 on a mounding plant of very fine texture, very twiggy. If given a trellis, it will take on vine-like characteristics and climb. Quite versatile in sun or part shade. It is a native to China. For us it is mostly evergreen, but farther north, it will be semi-evergreen to deciduous. It is one of the parents of Jasminum stephanense (J. beesianum x J. officinale) from which it gets its pale pink flowers. If one has more than one clone, attractive, long-lasting, glossy, black fruit are produced.