Fertilizer for Jasmine Plants?

Answer Fragrant jasmine with its snow white flowers thrives in the warm temperatures of the South. However, in the cooler areas of the North, above U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zone 7, jasmine... Read More »

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How do I prune jasmine plants?

Prune true jasmine plants--which are in the Jasminum family-- back 2 to 4 feet to control growth. Do this every spring after flowering. You can also prune jasmine anytime from spring until fall to ... Read More »

Are jasmine plants poisonous?

Jasmine is a poisonous ornamental plant that can cause dangerous effects if the berries are consumed. Consumption of jasmine berries can result in serious digestive and nervous symptoms that are po... Read More »

How to Start Jasmine Plants?

Jasmine (Jasminum officinale) is a deciduous climbing shrub native to east Asia and the Himalayas. The white, star-shaped flowers bloom year-round and are intensely fragrant. Jasmine grows 20 to 30... Read More »

List of Jasmine Plants?

Jasmines are showy shrubs known for their lovely fragrance. Aalthough all jasmines bloom, not all jasmine blooms are fragrant. Fragrant jasmine blooms release most of their scent in the evening, af... Read More »