Unique 6 Tips To Grow Arabian Jasmine at Home
Arabian Jasmine Plant
In this post, we will know all about the Arabian Jasmine plant:-
- About Arabian Jasmine
- How to plant
- Best tips to grow Arabian Jasmine
- Benefits of Arabian Jasmine
- Uses of Arabian Jasmine
- Bloom time
About Arabian Jasmine: Arabian Jasmine is also acknowledged as Sambak Jasmine in India, also known as Mogra Plant and not only that, in many countries this Jasmine, is accepted by different names like
- In the Philippines: Sampaguita Jasmine(it is the national flower of the Philippines)
- In Hawaii: Pikake
- In India: Mogra
- In Indonesia: Melati Putih
Arabian Jasmine is an Evergreen Flowering Plant. The scientific name of this Jasmine is Jasminum sambac and belongs to the Oleaceae family. The Arabian Jasmine plant was first described in 1753. It has small white flowers and tiny green leaves (oval shape), and these leaves grow up to 1 to 1.5 inches, and the midrib and vein are dark green in appearance.
This plant grows up to 4 feet to 10 feet and spreads up to 2 to 3 feet wide. The Arabian Jasmine plant was first described in 1753. There are several verities of sambac Jasmine, but their leaves and Jasmine’s shape are different.
How To Plant :
How to plant Arabian jasmine plant at home/gardens.
This plant can be planted by using its seeds. You can buy the seeds of this plant from the plant shop or draw the sources from the flower of this plant and buy it online.
You have to plant this Jasmine in a big flower pot; the size of the pot should be at least 10 to 12 inches wide and height 2 feet max. Now you have to need fertilizer so that you can use coco peat or banana peel fertilizer. To make a Banana Peel Fertilizer, cut the banana peel into small pieces, then keep the peel in water for 2 to 3 days; then, after three days, remove the banana peels and throw the remaining water in a bottle.
Now you mix the cocoa pit with the soil and fill the pot in half with the soil; after that, you have to add the seeds of this plant and mix these seeds with the soil. You can use loam type soil also. Then keep this flower pot in the sunlight for at least 4 hours. After 4 hours, put banana peel water in the plant.
Best Tips To Grow Arabian Jasmine :
- If you plant this plant during the rainy season, then this plant overgrows.
- Watering: before watering, you can check the soil if the soil is dry, then give little water, and if the soil has moisture, don’t give water.
- Temperature: This plant needs at least 25-30 °C indoors and outdoor needs full sunlight or partial shade, and most people keep this plant on their balconies or terrace.
- Best Fertilizer: Always use the best fertilizer, or you can also make compost at home like banana peel composed and sugar peel fertilizer. Every two months, fertilize this plant.
- Pests and disease: From the flowers of Jasmine, Bhini Bhini comes to the smell, and with the smell of this scent, many kinds of insects like aphids, spider mites, black scale, etc. So, don’t forget to sprinkle the medicine on this plant.
- Pruning: You can prune this plant when it grows up to 4 feet. You have to prune fade leaves, dry branches, and fade flowers.
- Before planting, you can check soil type and pH (recommended: loam and humus-rich).
Benefits of Arabian Jasmine: Arabian Jasmine has several benefits like
- Arabian Jasmine is an evergreen plant. you can plant any season(mostly people plant in the rainy season)
- You can plant this Jasmine indoors as well as outdoor
- Arabian Jasmine is safe for animals, and children, so keep this plant anywhere.
Uses of Arabian Jasmine: Arabian Jasmin has many uses such as:-
- For the making perfumes
- For making Jasmine tea
- Prettify hair (using jasmine flowers)
- In many places, jasmine flowers are used in worship
- These flowers are used in home decoration.
- Flowers are also used to make garlands.
Bloom Time: Flowers on this plant come early in the summer and rainy season and these flowers are white in appearance. Every flower has 4 to 6 petals (पंखुड़ियों) with a light yellow stigma.
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