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Jasmine (Fouli)

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Family:  Oleaceae

The Size: 6-10 ft. tall, 6-10 ft. wide

Temperature & Humidity: Arabian jasmine thrives in warm, tropical climates from USDA hardiness zones 9 to 11. They are very susceptible to frost and cannot handle cold temperatures.1 Because they are tropical plants, Arabian jasmine needs moderate to high humidity levels.  

Lightning: Full to partial sun is needed for healthy Arabian jasmine plants. At least 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day is ideal. If kept indoors during the winter, be sure to place this plant in a very sunny window. 

The Soil: Loose, loamy, humusy soil is preferred by this flowering shrub. It likes an evenly moist, well-draining soil medium. Adding compost will help loosen, enrich, and moisten the soil

Watering: Arabian jasmine requires plenty of water, especially during the summer season. Water this plant regularly to keep the soil moist, though not wet. Avoid soggy soil as this will lead to rot.1 When the first few inches of soil feels dry to the touch, water thoroughly. This may be once a week or more, depending on your location. It is best to reduce this plant’s water during the winter. 

Fertilizer: Giving Arabian jasmine fertilizer throughout its growing season will help support its abundant blooming. It is best to use a high-quality, well-balanced fertilizer. Begin fertilizing after pruning in late winter or early spring. 

Reproduction: Propagating Arabian jasmine is best done by cuttings. Here’s how:
Using clean garden snips, cut a stem that is around 6 inches long. Cut directly below a leaf.
Remove the leaves on the lower half of the cutting.
Dip the cut end into root hormone.
Using a stick, make a hole into moist soil.
Gently place the cutting into the hole. Avoid pressing it firmly into the dirt, as this can damage the cutting. Place a plastic bag over the cutting to retain the moisture. Lift the bag every 10 days or so to allow airflow. Roots should form in around 6 weeks. 
When new growth appears, remove the bag and move to an area with bright, indirect light. As it establishes, slowly move to a sunny location. 

Transfer: Arabian jasmine grows very well in containers and makes a beautiful addition to patios or porches. Though this plant enjoys moist soil, it does not like wet soil. Because of this, choose a pot with drainage holes that fits the plant comfortably without much extra room. This will prevent excess water from causing moisture problems.

Features of Care: Maintaining Arabian jasmine is quite easy. Like other tropical plants, the Arabian jasmine requires warm temperatures, lots of sunshine, and high humidity levels. Pruning is minimal and usually only needed to maintain the desired shape. 

Difficulties :If you are keeping Arabian jasmine in its preferred climate zones, the only thing needed to overwinter these plants is mulch. Add mulch, leaves, or other insulating, organic material on top of the soil around the plant to help insulate the roots.
For jasmine kept out of the recommended hardiness zones, the plant needs to be brought indoors to escape the cold temperatures. It is best to keep these plants in containers for easy moving.