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Jasmine Vine

  • Scientific Name: Jasminum Sambac
  • Common Name:Honeysuckle or Woodbine
  • Description: Jasmine vine is a lovely vine to grow in warm and mild climates. It has climbing branches without tendrils. The white, yellow, or rarely pink flowers which have very sweet fragrance. The leaves are green and usually are composed of two or more leaflets, although some species have simple leaves.
  • Uses: The flower is used to make medicine. Jasmine has been used for liver disease (hepatitis), liver pain due to cirrhosis, and abdominal pain due to severe diarrhea.
Attribute Information
Seasons Evergreen
Blooming Time June-October
Soil Requirement Needs well-drained but moist, moderately fertile sandy loamy soil.
Envoirnment When growing Jasmine, try to keep the temperature between 20 to 30 degree celsius. After the plant is through blooming, you can keep the plant in a cool room, but no cooler than 12 degrees celsius.
Watering Jasmine flowers that are in-ground should be watered once a week. If it is unusually dry or hot, increase the frequency, but let the soil dry out in between. If your jasmine is in a container, it will likely require water multiple times each week, especially in the hotter months.



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