Can I Replant My Outdoor Jasmine Plant During the Summer?

Answer Jasmine is a fast-growing deciduous shrub or vine that produces fragrant white blooms during the summer months. Growing in US Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 6 to 10, the jasmine can grow... Read More »

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Is a jasmine plant considered an ivy plant?

Although jasmine and ivy both tend to climb rapidly up surfaces, they are not the same type of plant. Jasmine actually belongs to the Oleceae, or olive, family. Ivy plants have only green leaves, ... Read More »

How do I plant a Jasmine?

LocationLook for a sunny area or one with partial shade for planting. Jasmine plants prefer well-drained, moist soil, but they can tolerate some clay soils as well.Allow at least 8 feet of space be... Read More »

How do I care for a jasmine plant?

LocationPlace your jasmine plant in a cool room during its dormant or non-blooming period. Jasmine prefers temperatures below 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Put your jasmine plant in a window with indirect... Read More »

Is a jasmine a perennial plant?

Jasmine is a flowering, zone-dependent plant highly prized for its aroma, and widely used in a variety of products including fragrances and tea. Jasmine plants are perennial and will thrive and flo... Read More »