Purchased seedlings of asiatic jasmine
can be planted in the garden at any time. Spring is the best season for transplanting
. As the temperature rises, your plants
will quickly take root and sprout. Thus, the survival rate of transplanting is significantly higher than that in winter dormancy. Due to high temperatures or sun exposure, transplanting seedlings in summer may cause death.
Be sure to choose a slightly higher planting site in the garden to avoid waterlogging. In mild climate areas, asiatic jasmine
can be planted on the sunny side of the garden. In hot summer areas, plant
in a place shaded by buildings or other plants
Repot potted asiatic jasmine
2-4 weeks after blooming ends. Lots of nutrients are consumed after blooming, and it needs time to grow and gain nutrients from the soil. In addition, the temperature gradually decreases after the blooming period and the probability of being infected by pests is relatively reduced. During dormancy, it accumulates nutrients needed for growth in the coming year.
Avoiding repotting ornamental asiatic jasmine
in spring, which may affect the quantity and quality of blooming in summer. Used as a foliage plant
, asiatic jasmine
can be repotted in spring. As the temperature rises, it can quickly recover and the growth of leaves basically will not be affected.
As a vine plant, asiatic jasmine's soft branches can be guided to grow in different shapes
. It can be planted directly on the ground, or wrapped around trees, ropes, and grids to cover an entire wall. Buy a flower arch and after a period of time, you can get a garden arch full of asiatic jasmine