Jasmine Plant is also commonly known as Mogra in large parts of India. Belonging to the Oleaceae family, Jasmine plants are mostly grown as shrubs and vines. Most jasmine plants are found in tropical to sub-tropical climates, although a few may grow in temperate climates. Jasmines are widely cultivated for the characteristic fragrance of their flowers and are enjoyed in the garden, as a houseplant, and as vines. The flowers are worn by women in their hair in South East Asian countries.
About Jasmine Plant, Mogra
- They are mainly grown as shrubs and vines.
- Jasmine plant is a source of exotic fragrance in places having warm climates.
- It is one of the primary components in perfumes, hair oils and also has herbal properties.
- They are often grown as garden and landscaping plants.
- It is used in rituals like marriages, religious ceremonies and festivals as an offering to Gods.
- Jasmine is cultivated commercially for domestic and industrial uses and finds its applications in the cosmetic industry.
- Jasmine tea is famous in many countries like China and Japan and has cultural significance.
- Healthy & robust flowering Jasmine plant of upto 16 inches in height. Mentioned height is including the pot height.
- 8 Inch of Round Black/ Brown Pot (as shown in image) along with a plate.
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Light and Temperature Tips for Jasmine Plant:
- Jasmines prefer full sun to partial shade for growing.
- Place near a south window if you are keeping the plant indoors.
- Jasmines prefer 15-27 degree Celsius for proper robust growth.
- Keep the plant in a cool, well air circulated area indoors.
Watering Tips for Jasmine Plant:
- Jasmine likes watering so water every day during summers. Watering can be reduced to every other day during winters.
- Keep the soil moist but not soggy.
- Clogged water may lead to root rot, so should be avoided.
Soil and Fertilization Tips for Jasmine Plant:
- Fertilize Jasmines twice a year with fertilizer that is rich in potassium and phosphorus.
- During the growing season of spring and summer, liquid fertilizer can be fed to the plant every few weeks.
- Use good drainage-rich compost soil.