Jasminum Sambac (Arabian Jasmine/Sambac Jasmine)
- Plant Care
Jasminum Sambac usually known as Arabian Jasmine or Sambac Jasmine, is an exotic and alluring species of jasmine plant that produces highly fragrant flowers. They originate from the tropical Asian regions, such as Bhutan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India. An excellent container plant on a patio, deck, or balcony.
Thrives outdoors in warm climates and is beautiful trained to fences, posts, latticework and trellises. Sambac Jasmine, Arabian Jasmine is a tropical evergreen which produces a continuous show of fragrant flowers throughout the warmer months on well-established plants. These Jasmines are somewhat scandent or vine-like shrubs that can produce long canes from time to time that allows for the plant to be espaliered on a trellis or other vertical support if so desired.
- Sambac Jasmines can live in full sun and semi-shade exposures.This Jasmine has average water requirements but will sulk if kept too wet and can succumb to root rot if kept overly wet.Sambac Jasmine will need a good quality well-draining somewhat acidic potting soil.20 – 38 °CFeed with a general-purpose Fertilizer or NPK Fertilizer throughout the growing season.
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