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Buy Jasminum beesianum jasmine: Lovely fragrant pink flowers


  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to July
  • Hardiness: frost hardy (will need protection in colder areas)

    An attractive, scrambling climber with fragrant, pink flowers in early to mid-summer. A semi-evergreen climber that is only frost hardy so does best planted against a sheltered, sunny wall in well-drained soil. It doesn't grow as large as some jasmines so is perfect for planting in a pot or near a door, where the scented flowers can be enjoyed.

  • Garden care: After flowering remove old and over-crowded shoots.

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"The perfume is stronger when the plant is grown in full sun"

Star Jasmine Hi There, I have a Star Jasmine that was planted in 2007. It's has been in the same spot since then and the vine itself has grown but I have never had a single flower. Obviously I bought the plant to try and get the lovely scent in the garden. I'm a bit baffled as the plant seems to love the spot it's in. I just thought by now I'd have seen some flowers. Can you suggest anything to help it flower?

Joanna Bryan

There are a number of reasons why plants don't flower including too much shade, not enough water or nutrients, or pruning at the wrong time of the year. It can also be caused by the plant putting on new root growth instead of focusing its energies on producing flowers. I am not really sure why yours has not produced buds, but you can often give them a bit of a push by feeding with a high potash fertiliser such as Tomorite.

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Why don't the climbers flower My aunt aged 83 has a Jasmine and Honeysuckle growing beautifully up an east facing wall getting plenty of warmth and sunshine. They were planted about 5 1/2 years ago. The Jasmine flowered briefly in its second year of growth but hasn't flowered since and the Honeysuckle hasn't bloomed at all. Both plants are very healthy in every other respect. Can you please advise.Thanking you in anticipation. Sarah

Sarah King

Hello there, The most likely cause is a lack of sun, although other factors could include pruning at the wrong time of the year, or not enough feed or water. If you want to give them a bit of a push, then feed them with Sulphate of Potash (following the manufacturers instructions).I hope this helps, Helen.

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