|Similar Jasminum angulare, Jasminum volubile, Jasminum dichotomum, Jasminum angustifolium, Jasminum multipartitum|
Jasminum tortuosum is a species of jasmine native to South Africa. It is generally found twining high into the trees of forests in southwestern part of Cape Province, but also may scramble where there is little vertical space. It has angular branches off its main stem, and its flowers usually have five white petals each. The specific epithet (tortuosum) is from Latin, describing something that is winding or very twisted.