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Jasmine anything that enchants’to’mention of his name. Here is what’need to know about jasmine and advice’maintenance for a beautiful flower.

In short, that’you should know:

Name : Jasminum officinalis
Family : Oleaceae
Type : Shrub, climbing plant of’inside

Height
: 2-10 m (outdoors)
Exposure : Sunny and part shade
Ground : Ordinary

Foliage
: Deciduous or evergreen
Flowering : March to May depending on the climate

Jasmine Plantation:

Jasmine has many’species, c’is why some plants are suitable for growing in pots indoors and while d’others will be much better off.

Unless you do to enjoy d’a mild winter climate, jasmine needs’be grown in pots to be kept in a bright room, but the frost’winter, such as a porch or unheated greenhouse.

The jasmine’Spain it has a much lower resistance than the cold Jasmine officinale (-6 ° -15 ° 1 for the second)

  • In all cases, prefer spring planting or to’autumn but frost period.
  • Prefer sheltered from the wind and sun for beautiful flowers
  • Make sure that soil drainage is always good to avoid’standing water.

Should be planted at the foot of jasmine’a trellis, d’a pergola or any other support allowing it to’have a support for climbing.

Size and jasmine interview:

L’Jasmine maintenance should allow you to’improve the growth and flowering of your plant. Well executed, it is very accessible gestures.

Cut jasmine:

One size’Maintenance is recommended (dead branches, general equilibrium).

  • Every 2 to 3 years, remodel vote shrub to keep a compact shape
  • Prune after flowering.
  • For jasmine’Winter, check out this profile

Depending on the climate it may be that your jasmine lose all or part of the leaves’winter, this is normal.

Watering jasmine:

Pot it should be’watering when the soil is dry, without excess but steadily.

A good mulching allows’save many watering and keep the soil cool.

A contribution of’fertilizer Spring and summer is recommended at 2 times per month.

Namely the jasmine:

A climbing jasmine scent veryThe jasmine or jasminum officinale is a perennial vine native to the foot of the’Himalayas. Usually are grown in countries with a mild climate.

Its flexible rods are evergreen and large white flowers spread, especially at night, a rather exceptional sweet smell. Jasmine belongs to the family Oleaceae.

C’is also equipped with a creeper’very beautiful blooming pink and white and’a rapid growth.

Originating’Asia, the n’is present in Europe since the late nineteenth century.

Its very fragrant flowering occurs at the end of’winter and contrasts with its beautiful dark green foliage.

There are two types of jasmine: the jasmine’winter whose flowers are yellow and jasmine’summer whose flowers are white or pink.

Note that the jasmine’Winter is the only climber to offer a winter flowering, it is yellow is very pretty.

Jasmine: for the record

L’History tells us that only Cazin called jasmine flowers, in the nineteenth century against headaches.

Jasmine and its health benefits

  • We recognize the power of jasmine flowers to calm the nervous tension, promote sleep and soothe spasmodic cough.
  • By steeping jasmine flowers in the’oil, we get a very fragrant mixture that’frictions are used against them pain nerve paralysis. 

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  • Internal use:

Jasmine tea: 20 grams of flowers per liter’water. Take 2 cups a day and at bedtime. C’is a treat!

External use: cover of the packed flowers to twice their volume of’oil’Olive. Let marinate at least one month and use in friction.

Other uses of jasmine

Perfumery is used l’aromatic essence jasmine extracted by enfleurage (extraction fragrances flowers by contact with a fat). It is extremely expensive.

Malignant Council on jasmine:

The jasmine’Summer is ideal for arbours and pergolas under which one s’installs the’was because its fragrance will anoint you in the spring!

Also read:

  • Scented climbers
  • Star jasmine: Culture and Maintenance
  • Solanum, false Jasmine
  • The different names jasmine