Nothing beats the intoxicating scents emanating from jasmine plants. Find out how to grow jasmines indoors and out, including different jasmine varieties, in the articles that follow. In addition, you will learn about common issues associated with growing jasmine plants and how to keep them healthy.
If you are lucky enough to have a star jasmine in your garden, you doubtless appreciate its generous growth, frothy white blossoms and sweet fragrance. Over time, however, trimming star jasmine becomes essential. Wondering how and when to cut back star jasmine? Click here.
Is star jasmine good for hedges? Many gardeners think so. Growing a jasmine hedge is easy and the result is sure to be beautiful. If you are wondering how to grow star jasmine as a hedge, click here. We?ll also give you some tips on pruning jasmine hedges.
Also known as Florida jasmine, showy jasmine produces shiny, blue-green foliage with masses of sweet-smelling, bright yellow flowers in spring and early summer. Learn how to grow showy jasmine in your garden in this article.
The jasmine plant can stand alone in a garden, but finding companion plants for jasmine isn?t difficult. And the contrasting colors and textures of other blossoms add appeal. What grows well with jasmine? Click here for some ideas on jasmine companion plants.
Winter jasmine is one of the earliest flowering plants to bloom, often in January. This decorative plant is quick to establish and winter jasmine care is a breeze. Learn how to grow winter jasmine and perk up your cold season garden in this article.
Look before you leap when it comes to planting Asian jasmine vines. Once you lose control of jasmine, keeping it where you want it can be difficult. Click this article for more information about how to control Asian jasmine.
If your jasmine has white spots, it?s time to diagnose the problem and treat it. White spots on jasmine leaves may be nothing serious, but they may also indicate a disease or pests. Find more information in this article.
Italian jasmine shrubs please gardeners in USDA zones 7 through 10 with their glossy green leaves, fragrant buttercup-yellow flowers and shiny black berries. For information about caring for and pruning Italian jasmines, click this article.
Also called Confederate jasmine, star jasmine is a vine that produces highly fragrant, white blossoms that attract bees. Learn more about growing star jasmine vine in your garden by clicking on the article that follows.
Although the plant is easy to grow, pests or environmental problems can cause yellow leaves on jasmine plants. Read this article to learn about causes for jasmine leaves turning yellow and how to treat yellowing jasmine foliage.
While some jasmine types are among the most fragrant plants you can grow, not all are scented. Find out about the different jasmine varieties and their characteristics in this article so you can determine the best one for you.
Whether you?re growing jasmine indoors or outside in the garden, you may be concerned when you find your jasmine not flowering. Read this article to find out why you?re growing a jasmine with no blooms.
If winter blooms and sweet, nighttime fragrance appeal to your senses, consider growing jasmine indoors. Learn more about the care of indoor jasmine in this article and enjoy this lively plant year round.
Jasmine is grown as much for its intense fragrance as for its blooms. With good jasmine pruning, you?ll have more attractive plants that bloom freely, allowing you to enjoy these benefits longer. Click here for more.