All about Jasmine Plants

This website covers jasmine plants. Explore all of our articles below.

Pink Jasmine or Jasminum Polyanthum is one of the most beautiful Jasmine species there is, belonging to the family of Oleaceae. Pink jasmine is a climbing Jasmine variety commonly found in recreational areas, garden decoration and indoors house ornaments, as it is one of the easiest species to care for ( not as dedicated or sensitive to maintain vibrant and alive in comparison to other species of jasmine such as the Madagascan Jasmine plant) and usually, looking fabulous through out the year.

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Jasmine plants, as a general rule, love growing under the direct sunlight during 6 hours approximately to partial shade ratio. If the jasmine plant receives too much shade though, most likely it won’t bloom its flower buds and eventually, this light obstruction over time, will promote the buds to turn brown and get discoloured. If the day/weather conditions are difficult, making it hard to expose your jasmine plant to direct sunlight, you could assist your plant by installing some incandescent lamps around the plant to support the light intake.

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Cestrum nocturnum, most commonly known as night-blooming Jasmine, is an exquisite Jasmine plant variety, belonging to the Solanaceae family and endemic from the subtropical regions of West India and now optimally growing in these temperated regions around the world where the average temperature is warm and the winter temperature doesn’t go below 12 degrees. The night-blooming jasmine plant is a unique jasmine variety, which yellow and/or white flowers, produce a superb and exquisite scent (known as one of the strongest in the world) when they open up at night (as this plant will have its flowers opening at night, releasing the sweet scent and will close up during the day).

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When it comes to answering why the leaves of jasmine plants are turning red, we need to think of two different scenarios: Why is my Start jasmine leaves turning red? and generally speaking, why are my jasmine plant leaves turn red?
Whilst most of the jasmine plants varieties will keep their foliage evenly, in terms of deep green colour throughout the growing season, some plants may suffer some issues related to disease contractions or nutrient deficiencies that will promote their foliage to turn into a deep red colour. We explain what causes this, and how to fix it!

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Jasminum Sambac, most commonly known as Arabian or Sambac Jasmine, is a captivating and exotic plant native of Southeast Asia belonging to the family of Oleaceae. This visually attractive plant can grow rapidly either on a vine or a shrub and it is not only characterised for the gorgeous waxy and silky flowers but also for the scent and fragrance produced by its decadent flowers. It is the national plant in the Philippines and it is one of the three national flowers in Indonesia, how amazing is this!

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