Posted: 29/10/2015 at 17:39
Well, if you can't move it I'd mulch the roots with some more bark chippings, and when frost is forecast I'd try to protect the top growth with a couple of layers of garden fleece. I find securing it with clothes pegs works quite well as long as it's not too windy - then it's not too onerous taking the fleece off in good weather and putting it back in bad. I'd also wrap some fleece around the crown. Then if we do get some really cold weather, if the top growth is cut back it may grow again from the crown.
I'll keep my fingers crossed for your jasmine if you keep yours crossed for my Campsis radicans, in a big terracotta pot in a southeast facing corner of the terrace
Memo to self: must remember to bubble wrap the big pots!