Jasminum Sambac | Arabian Jasmine
Water when top 2 inches of soil is dry to touch
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"0
Bright Direct Sunlight
Easy to Care
Living Room Plant
Jasminum Sambac is a native plant of Southeast Area regions including India, Bhutan, and Pakistan.
Your Jasminum Sambac has many therapeutic properties. It is used to treat liver disorders, depression, anxiety, wounds, and many minor ailments.
Your plant can grow up to 1-9 feet tall when grown indoors.
Your Jasminum Sambac Plant requires bright direct sunlight to bloom throughout the year. Lack of sunlight will cause the plant to bloom less.
Jasminum Sambac requires a temperature of no less than 15 C or their health may start to decline. Hence, you must keep your plant indoors during the winter season.
Water your Jasminum Sambac only when the 2 inches of the topsoil is dry to touch. You should water them twice a week during the summers and once every week during the winter season.
Jasminum Sambac enjoys a high-humidity environment and hence you can consider keeping it in your bathroom or kitchen areas as well.
Your Kalanchoe Pinnata Plant grows well in well-draining, aerated, and fertile soil. You can use any succulent or cacti potting mix for your plant too.
Your Jasminum Sambac does not require any fertilizer to thrive but it will boost its growth. You can consider feeding them once a month in summers with any fertilizer with a 7-9-5 NPK Ratio.
However, during the winters, you must withhold any fertilizer use as it is the natural resting period for your plants.
Your Jasminum Sambac is considered to be non-toxic for pets and humans.
You should prune your Jasmine Sambac plant once every month by removing off the dry flowers and leaves from the plant as well to boost its growth speed and to give it a beautiful appearance.
Jasmine Sambac Plant requires to be repotted once every year when it outgrows its current pot to further promote the growth of your plant. You must do so during the summer season.
Jasmine Sambac Plant turning yellow: This is caused due to excessive or under watering situations- Regulate your watering schedule and water your plant only when the top 2 inches of the soil is dry.
Jasmine Sambac Plant turning brown: This is caused due to excessive sunlight exposure- Place your plant in a spot that receives bright sunlight for no more than 6 hours/day.
Also known as Arabian Jasmine, Jasminum Sambac is an exotic plant of the Olives Family. They are widely grown for their beautiful and fragrant flowers that continue to grow around the year. They are extremely easy to care for plants. They originate from the tropical Asian regions, such as Bhutan, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and India.