How to grow Jasminum sambac (L.) Ait

Written by Maggie

Nov 13 2020

How to grow Jasminum sambac (L.) Ait

For the cultivation of Jasminum sambac (L.), the temperature should be kept between 22~24℃. When the environment is dry, water can be sprayed in the air and on the surface of the leaves, and provide shade protection in summer. Choosing loose and fertile soil, you can apply potassium dihydrogen phosphate once every half month to ensure the slightly acidic soil. Do a good job of draining the soil during the rainy season, which can promote the continuous opening of Jasminum sambac (L.).

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Jasminum sambac (L.)

1. Temperature for the Jasminum sambac (L.)

The suitable growth temperature of Jasminum sambac (L.) is 22~24℃, and the suitable temperature can promote the germination of new shoots of jasmine and achieve continuous blooming. In the dry environment in summer, you can spray water in the air and the surface of the leaves to cool down and moisturize. In winter, the temperature drops, move jasmine indoors for maintenance, and do a good job of warming protection.

2. Soil for the Jasminum sambac (L.)

Jasminum sambac (L.) likes loose and fertile soil. You can add sand and gravel to the soil to enhance the air permeability of the soil. Every year, Jasminum sambac (L.) is soiled and potted to promote the absorption of jasmine roots. Ensure that the soil is in a moist state, and there is more rain in the rainy season. Do a good job of draining the soil to avoid rot caused by standing water.

Jasminum sambac (L.)

3. Light for the Jasminum sambac (L.)

Jasminum sambac (L.) needs sufficient light during growth and provides sufficient sunlight during its growth period. Long-term maintenance of dark places, the leaves cannot photosynthesize, and Jasminum sambac (L.) will wither gradually. It is usually maintained in a ventilated and breathable place, with strong sunlight in summer, which can be properly shaded.

4. Fertilization for the Jasminum sambac (L.)

Sufficient nutrients can promote the continuous blooming of Jasminum sambac (L.) petals. During the growth period of Jasminum sambac (L.), timely fertilization is required. Potassium dihydrogen phosphate can be applied once every half month to ensure that the soil is acidic and continuously promote the opening of jasmine flowers. Fertilizer should be diluted before use. If the concentration is too high, direct use will cause root burns.

Jasminum sambac (L.)