Jasmine - indoor flower, which is an evergreen with simple or double-flowered, good-smelling flowers. There are also varieties of jasmine whose flowers are odorless.
Jasmine is an indoor flower that has gained popularity. Particular attention is paid to the varieties that are characterized by winter flowering. Jasmine plant is native from warm countries, therefore, in the open field in our latitudes, it will not survive. Wild or garden jasmine is grown in our gardens, this jasmine belongs to the genus chubushnikov... This plant is a shrub, not a liana, the smell of its flowers is similar to real jasmine.
Jasmine feels good at home. The plant is not capricious and does not require special care. It is advisable to choose the soil for jasmine from deciduous, clay-soddy land, as well as sand in equal proportions.
For watering, use settled and slightly acidified water. Watering should be moderate, increase watering in summer and decrease watering in winter. In hot weather, jasmine leaves can be sprayed. Every year, young jasmine plants need transplant, and adult plants can be less. The transplant is carried out in the spring. The temperature in winter should be less than 20 degrees. In summer, the plant is allowed to be taken outside or on the balcony. But the plant must be fenced off from the direct sun.
Jasmine periodically needs pruning, this contributes to its flowering and the formation of young shoots. Jasmine need feed for the full formation of buds and flowering. Top dressing can be carried out until the very end of flowering.