information: Jasminum polyanthum is just one of many
varieties of Jasmine that can be grown as an indoor flowering
house plant. This particular variety is a twining
climber that can be trained to grow on wire forms or trellises.
Very fragrant flowers are produced several times a year that can
easily fill the house or office with the sweet Jasmine
If kept on the patio your Jasmine may flower nearly all summer. Be sure to
bring your plant indoors before the weather turns cold.
When grown indoors, place your Jasmine in very
bright filtered light. Keep the soil moist, but not soggy. We
recommend that you place your Jasmine on a pebble
tray... it will help to increase the humidity near your plant. Feed
monthly with a liquid fertilizer that's low in nitrogen while the
plant is actively growing. Feed bi-monthly when the plant is
resting. Vines may be trimmed anytime the plant become unruly.