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The stems and leaves are covered with a downy pubescence that gives the plant an overall grayish-green appearance. The leaves are ovate and rounded at the base, up to 2 in (5.1 cm) long, and opposite each other on the stem. The white, clustered, star-shaped flowers appear nearly year-round and are not as fragrant as other jasmines.
Loamy soil, Potting soil mix
Every 3-4 Month
1. Find a suitable spot for your jasmine plant. 2. Prepare the soil for planting. Most jasmine cultivars do best in rich, well-draining soil. 3. Keep the environment moist. Water the soil around the jasmine throughout the growing season to keep it moist, but not soggy. 4. Fertilize the jasmine once a month. During the growing season, fertilizing the jasmine once a month will keep it blooming. 5. Prune the jasmine. Throughout the growing season, remove dead leaves, flowers and stems by pinching them off or using hand pruners to make a cut flush with the main stem of the plant.
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1. Water jasmine from the bottom to keep from getting the leaves wet. 2. Jasmine grown indoors year-round does not require mulching.
1. Don't prune before or during the blooming period, as this can inhibit blooming.