They call it the flower of the Gods. This fragrant flower is easy to grow and will adorn your patio or backyard. In today’s blog post we look at how to plant and care for your jasmine plant
Jasmine can be easily propagated by cuttings. You can take cuttings from existing plants and then plant them in a small pot. Transplant later when the first set of new leaves have developed.
2. Plant CARE
|Caring for your Jasmine Plant|
|Jasmine Plant Care|
Jasmine needs partial sun or full sun to grow well. Water evenly, according to the temperatures in your area. The Jasmine plant needs a balanced fertilizer in the Spring season when it develops new leaves. In the summer season, when it is in full bloom, apply a bloom booster or flowering plant fertilizer. Do not fertilize the plant when it is dormant (fall/winter season)
You can harvest jasmine flowers in the summer season. They are very fragrant and can be used to make jasmine tea
|Pruning Jasmine Plant|
Jasmine plant needs to be pruned to maintain shape and control growth. Prune well in the dormant season (fall/winter) and the plant will grow nice and bushy
|Repotting root bound plants|
Jasmine plants become rootbound in 1-2 years. We recommend that you repot your jasmine plant every 2 years.
Enjoy this video on how to grow jasmine plant