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Jasmine plant

Jasmine plant

Jasmine plant

  • Brand: PlantsNtrees
  • Product Code: PNTS/123
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₹330.00 Ex Tax: ₹330.00
Jasmine will thrive indoors if they are given the proper care in fact, they can grow up to two feet each year. This plant requires a lot of sun, so if you do not have a south facing window with a lot of sun available, then during the summer months, the plant will benefit from a few hours of being outside in the sun. Planting & Care Soil: The soil that your Jasmine plant should be pl...

Jasmine will thrive indoors if they are given the proper care in fact, they can grow up to two feet each year. This plant requires a lot of sun, so if you do not have a south facing window with a lot of sun available, then during the summer months, the plant will benefit from a few hours of being outside in the sun.

Planting & Care

Soil: The soil that your Jasmine plant should be planted in can vary quite a bit. I like to use an organic blend of porous material as well as bark, peat, and other soil that drains well.

Sun: Jasmine plants like bright sunlight, so if the plant is indoors, make sure that it is getting sunlight for up to four hours a day. Having the plant in front of a southern facing window will do wonders for its growth.

Temperature: Tropical plant Jasmine plants are able to handle hot and humid temperatures, but they will not survive cold winter temperatures. When growing Jasmine try to keep the temperature between 60 to 75 degrees Fahrenheit. You can keep the plant in a cool room, but no cooler than 41 degrees.

Water: Jasmine plants need a lot of water especially when they are in bloom. It is best to always keep the soil slightly moist. The plants should be watered on a weekly basis but if the soil becomes dry before that water the plant early.

Fertilizer: Fertilizing a Jasmine plant, you want to use fertilizer that is rich in potassium and phosphorus. This type of fertilizer will help extend the bloom time of the plant. Indoor Jasmine plants should be fertilized at least twice a year.

 

Reference:  http://www.gardenloversclub.com

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