Millingtonia Hortensis (Tree Jasmine/Indian Cork Tree)
- Plant Care
Millingtonia hortensis is a popular tree for the garden. It is also known as"the Cork Tree, as an inferior cork is made by its corky bark. The ornamental tree is renowned for its many commercial and therapeutic uses. It also has fragranced and waxy flowers that open at night and then fall off in the morning, making a carpet of flowers on the ground this plant look like Peltophorum Inerme.
The tree is straight with only some branches. The leaves are extremely decorative even without bloom. This plant can be a visual treat. The flowers are waxy white trumpet-shaped and slightly two-lipped. They have the subequal five lobes. The waxy nature of flowers will keep them fresh for a long period of time.
The Millingtonia Hortensis plant is a small, fast-growing tree with a wide range of uses. In addition to its ornamental value, it can be used as an astringent, as it has antimicrobial properties. The leaves are used as an antiseptic and the dried flowers and roots can be used as a bronchodilator or lung tonic.
It grows twenty to 25 meters high with a spread of seven to eleven meters. The leaves and flower buds are widely used in traditional medicine, as they relieve respiratory disorders and sinusitis, and are also used in rituals. If you're looking for an attractive and fragrant tree for your garden, you'll want to consider planting one of the many varieties of Millingtonia Hortensis.
The plant is a vigorous evergreen tree with triangular, bipinnate leaves. It has white night-blooming flowers in panicles, and long, slender green seed pods. Be sure to use gloves or an apron when handling the plant, as its spines can irritate the skin. The SHOOT garden is an excellent way to record the experience of growing Millingtonia Hortensis in your garden.
Jasmine plants like bright sunlight. It prefers around 6-7 hours of full sunlight for the best growth.Jasmine plants need a lot of water, especially when they are in bloom. It is best to always keep the soil slightly moist.It does best in deep, fertile, and well-draining soil.15 – 35 °CWhen fertilizing a Jasmine plant, you want to use a fertilizer that is rich in potassium and phosphorus.
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