Jasmine

Jasmine

Question: Jasmine

Hi, I'm Laura.

About a week ago, I bought jasmine, now I have noticed that the flowers are no longer white (not all), some are turning brown, for what reason?

It is necessary to fertilize it in this period, if so with what type of fertilizer? I have the plant at home, do I have to take it outdoors? and if it still rains do I have to keep it under cover?

Thank you if you want to answer me, if you have any other advice .... please tell me, because I really like plants and above all make them last.


Jasmine: Answer: Jasmine

It is a question of determining which type of jasmine it is.

If it is a officinal jasmine (white flower) it is a rustic plant, with deciduous leaves, which grows well outdoors, in a sunny area, with any type of soil, as long as it is well drained.

If your plant is a yellow-flowered jasminum nudiflorum (also called St. Joseph's jasmine), there should still be no problems. It is in fact a rustic plant that grows well even against north-facing walls.

The other types of jasmine need to be grown in sheltered locations.

As for fertilizations, they are generally not necessary. However, if the plant is in a pot, I advise you to provide it with a slow release fertilizer that releases the nutrients into the soil over a long period of time (3-6 months).


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