Jasmine drops its leaves only in those places where it is grown and the temperatures go below zero Celsius, causing the plant to be weak dropping leaves to preserve its status through the winter season. The Jasmine flowers are very characteristic and they usually bloom between June and October: summer time is their season. They have a specific smell, and Jasmine is often used as fragrance or similar in beauty and herbal products.

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Jasmine location

Being a creeper, it needs direct sunlight exposure for at least a couple of hours a day. Do not abuse of sunlight in order to avoid the plant to get burnt. Use frames or fences to let the plant develop and grow; empty walls can help spread its branches as well, just be sure it has the right sustain and support without having to be cut or replaced when it comes to be a mature plant. Whether you use it on a balcony, on the ground, or wherever else you like, be sure it is protected from potential damages or falls.

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Jasmine care

Jasmine do not need a lot of water. On the contrary, watering it too frequently and with much water will harm its ability to stay strong and grow healthy. Let the soil dry every time before adding more water. Every two weeks you can check the plant and see if it needs to be watered, using only the amount of water which is needed to calm its harmless thirst. Remember though, that being Jasmine a plant that grows fast and a lot, it needs to be watered because if you let it dry too much it cannot survive with only that water coming from rain and precipitations.

jasmine fertilization and maintenance

jasmine fertilizationFertilizer must be added only when you are settling the Jasmine in the spot you picked as the best one for your plant. Just mix it with the soil and let it work. Some mineral fertilizer solution should be added every once in a while in the period between March and October, in order to maintain the soil ready to absorb water and nutrients during the summer. Since Jasmine is very easily attacked by parasites that you can recognize if you start to see white spots, and white film-like substance on the plant, it is fundamental to spray some anti-parasite both to heal and prevent the damage. Always ask for help to experts if you do not want to burn the plant with the liquid solutions.