Jasminum polyanthum

3 lt pot (60cm cane) £17.99
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Buy Jasminum polyanthum Chinese scented jasmine: A profusion of highly scented flowers

  • Position: sun to part shade
  • Soil: moist, well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: April - May
  • Hardiness: tender (will need winter protection)

    A vigorous twining climber with attractive dark, glossy evergreen leaves. The real attraction though are the masses of highly scented star-shaped white flowers that open from pink buds. A good choice for covering the wall of an unheated conservatory, or for smothering a wigwam of canes set into a pot. When grown inside in a warm conservatory they flower from late winter, but in colder temperatures the flowers appear from spring to summer.

  • Garden care: Grow in a pot on a sunny patio with shade from midday sun during the summer, and move to a protected spot with a minimum temperature of 10C during the winter. Feed every two weeks during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertiliser. Prune to fit the growing frame in late winter or early spring.

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"The fragrance of jasmine also can help improve your sleep. Researchers found that the scent of jasmine is as effective as Valium and similar drugs for relieving anxiety and promoting a good nights sleep."

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My jasmine leafs have went brittle and dry. How often does the plant need watered? Are there any other reasons that would cause this? It's locsted on a north facing windowsill always above 18 degrees inside

AB

Dry crispy leaves are a sure sign that your plant has been allowed to dry out, so I suspect you need to water your plant more regularly. Ideally the compost for these plants should be kept just moist (but not waterlogged) at all times, and the best way to water is to take it out of its pot cover, really give it a good drink (or let it soak for an hour or so in a few inches of water in the kitchen sink), and then leave it to stand so all the excess water can drain away freely. Then you can pop it back into its pot cover and into position.

Helen

Can this plant thrive in indoors, more specifically, in a hallway?

Sammy

Hello there Yes this Jasmine can be grown as an indoor plant, but it will need a bright warm spot in the house. Hope this helps

i want a fragrant plant/flower to grow in my conservatory. which would you suggest ?

Richard

Hello there I have attached links to climbers, shrubs and house plant that are fragrant and suitable for growing in a conservatories. http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/climbers/plcid.15/vid.122/vid.230/ http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/shrubs/plcid.1/vid.122/vid.230/ http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/house-plants/plcid.20/vid.122/ Hope this helps

Hi! What's the pot size of your Jaminum Polyanthum?

salvoquat

Hello there This plant comes in a 13cm pot. Hope this helps.

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