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Trachelospermum Jasminoides (7 Litre Pot size)

Trachelospermum Jasminoides (7 Litre Pot size)



Jasmine refers to a genus of flowering plants in the Oleaceae family, known for their fragrant, star-shaped flowers and often vigorous growth habits. There are numerous species and cultivars of Jasmine, each with its own unique characteristics and uses. Jasmine plants are valued for their aromatic blooms, which are commonly used in perfumery, culinary applications, and traditional medicine. They are also popular ornamental plants in gardens and landscapes due to their attractive foliage and flowers.

**Key Features:**

- **Fragrant Flowers:** Jasmine plants produce clusters of small, white or yellow flowers with a sweet, intense fragrance. The scent is often strongest in the evening and early morning, attracting pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

- **Foliage:** The leaves are typically dark green and glossy, adding to the plant's ornamental appeal even when not in bloom. Some Jasmine species have variegated leaves, adding further interest.

- **Growth Habit:** Jasmine plants vary widely in growth habit. Some are climbing vines that require support structures like trellises or arbors, while others are shrubs or even small trees. Their growth can be vigorous, especially in warm climates.

- **Hardiness:** Jasmine species vary in hardiness depending on the specific type.

- **Uses:** Beyond their ornamental value, Jasmine flowers are used in perfumery to create sweet and floral scents. In some cultures, Jasmine flowers are brewed into tea or used in herbal medicine for their purported calming and stress-relieving properties.

**Popular Species and Cultivars:**

- **Jasminum officinale (Common Jasmine):** A climbing vine with intensely fragrant white flowers.

- **Jasminum sambac (Arabian Jasmine or Sampaguita):** A shrub with highly fragrant white flowers used in teas and perfumes.

- **Jasminum polyanthum (Pink Jasmine):** A vigorous vine with pink buds opening to white fragrant flowers.

**Care Instructions:**

- **Sunlight:** Most Jasmine plants prefer full sun to partial shade. Ensure they receive at least 4-6 hours of sunlight daily for best flowering.

- **Soil:** Plant Jasmine in well-drained, fertile soil. They prefer slightly acidic to neutral pH levels.

- **Watering:** Keep the soil consistently moist, especially during the growing season. However, avoid waterlogging, as Jasmine plants are susceptible to root rot.

- **Fertilization:** Feed Jasmine plants with a balanced fertilizer during the growing season to promote healthy growth and flowering. Follow manufacturer instructions for application rates.

- **Pruning:** Prune Jasmine plants after flowering to maintain shape and remove dead or overgrown branches. Regular pruning helps control growth and encourages new blooms.

- **Support:** Provide climbing Jasmine varieties with a trellis, fence, or other support structure to climb and display their flowers effectively.

Jasmine plants are treasured for their beauty, fragrance, and versatility, making them a favorite among gardeners seeking to enhance their outdoor spaces with aromatic blooms and lush foliage. Whether used as a climber, shrub, or ground cover, Jasmine adds charm and sensory delight to gardens, patios, and balconies alike.

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