Popular for their sweet fragrance and tiny but abundant white star-shaped blooms, Jasmine will thrive indoors in a bright, sunny window and are a great small patio plant in the warmer months. Though the flowers are tiny, they are strongly scented, and can easily fill a room with their aroma. Jasmine usually blooms in January or February, and lasts for several weeks, offering fragrance and beauty deep in the winter and into the spring. The flowers are also grown to make Jasmine Tea, which is popular in China, where the scent of Jasmine is thought to be of heaven. Jasmine should be kept in a sunny spot, preferably a south-facing window, and the soil should be kept moist, watering when the surface of the soil is dry.
Sunlight - Thrives in bright light with some direct light.
Watering - Check for water once top inch of soil is slightly dry. Do not allow plant to dry completely.
- While the diameter of the plant’s pot (6") is consistent, the overall height and width will vary from plant to plant and depends on nature itself.
- This plant is sold in a plastic growers pot and does not include the decorative pot shown.