Jasmines are well known for their mild aroma. Grow jasmines if you want a colorful and fragrant garden. When you discover how easy it is to take care of these flowers, you will surely run to plant some. Read on to learn about the care jasmines need to grow healthy and strong. You will see that, with these simple tips, you will have beautiful, colorful flowers and a pleasant aroma in your garden.
Jasmines love sunlight. Don’t worry if your jasmines receive direct sunlight for a few hours a day, as this is ideal. Jasmines need good lighting.
If you live in a warm area, jasmine will be happy outside your home. However, if the area where you live is too cold, you must protect your jasmines.
Don’t forget that jasmines are climbing plants, so they grow a lot. Give them enough room to grow. If they are near one, jasmines will probably lean against walls or fences. But do not worry. You can show the jasmines the way you want them to grow without much effort. You only need to bend the plant.
Jasmines need a well-drained soil, as excess moisture can rot their roots. If you have your jasmine in a pot, make sure it has holes in the bottom.
Plant your garden in soil rich in nutrients and organic matter. You can make a mixture of humus and sand to provide the drainage the plant needs.
Your flowers will need water if it’s hot. So, during the summer, try to water the jasmines at least twice a week. But don’t overwater. As we mentioned, excess moisture can cause your plant to rot. Also, if you overwater your jasmine, the plant will warn you by turning its leaves yellow.
Prevent water from coming into contact with the leaves or flowers. This exposes them to sunburn and could damage your plant.
If you live in a damp or cold place, you should water your plant less often. Water it every two weeks and make sure you protect it from the weather.
As we mentioned, the soil where your jasmines are growing must be rich in nutrients. You can achieve this by fertilizing the soil of your jasmines on a monthly basis. Use some fertilizer rich in organic matter. You can use compost or humus.
You can also fertilize the soil of your jasmines. Use fertilizers with organic content. It is best to go to your favorite garden store and ask for guidance on what fertilizer is recommended for jasmine.
There are some insects that can cause damage to your jasmine plant. Some cause dropping, discoloration, or leaf spots. And others can damage the whole plant.
To fight pests, cut off all the diseased parts of the plant. Then use an insecticide depending on the type of pest that is causing damage to your jasmine.
Choose the time when it is most convenient to prune your jasmines. Do it after they have bloomed or when winter is ending.
– Dry branches.
– Damaged or diseased branches: Cutting off the diseased part of the plant in time will prevent the disease from spreading to the whole plant.
– Stems that have become too tangled: otherwise the plant will not be able to continue growing properly.
– Flowers, branches and leaves that are not in good condition
As we mentioned, jasmines grow very big. This makes them very heavy. To help them grow healthy, you can give them some support. Use a wooden stick as a structure for your jasmine. You will see how the plant becomes entangled in it and starts to grow healthier and stronger.
We don’t want to miss the opportunity to tell you that having jasmine flowers in the house brings many benefits. Not only will you have your home perfumed, you can also take advantage of jasmine to make a delicious tea.
Jasmine tea is ideal for relieving stress, relieving cold symptoms, improving circulation and regulating some values in the body.
Tell us if you have jasmine flowers at home and if you use them to make tea. How has your experience been?