Specie: J. polyanthum
Jasmine (pink / white) Climbing Jasmine
Name in Latin: Oleaceae
Name in English: The Olive Family
Origin: Australia and New Zealand ( some claim China).
Growth Habit: evergreen twining climber
Flower: strongly fragrant , pink-bracted, white trumpet-shaped flowers.
Blooming Period: spring-summer (outdoors
Leaf: dark green , lancolate or ovate, thin, veined
houseplant favorite, excellent container plant
Care and Handling
Soil: general purpose
Amount of water: Keep soil moist , when plant is resting ( after flowers), allow soil to dry out.
Nutrition: Every 2 weeks with high phosphorus fert. diluted by 1/2. Do not fertilize after flowers fade.
Special handling: Lots of light/ full sun. Chill sensitive.
Vines need support.