Arabian Jasmine

Welcome Spring with Fragrant Houseplants

There are many reasons to grow plants indoors — they clean the air, soften and infuse our decor with nature, and reduce the amount of stress we feel. 
There is a stunning array of leaf colors and textures to brighten spirits even on the shortest, dreariest winter days. But that's not all – Pick carefully and they also provide scent from rich and flowery to warm and spicy.


Arabian Jasmine

Arabian jasmine flowers almost all year long if it gets enough light. The starry, pure-white flowers produce a soft, flowery fragrance and are used to make jasmine tea.

 

Name: Jasminum sambac

 

What it needs: Grow Arabian jasmine in a bright spot protected from drafts and provide abundant humidity. Water regularly and feed it in spring and summer with a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer.

 

Test Garden Tip: Arabian jasmine is a shrubby vine; you can let the stems grow long and train them on a trellis or grow in an arching mound.

Arabian jasmine

Source: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/houseplants/projects/top-fragrant-houseplants/?sssdmh=dm17.649376&esrc=nwwu012913#page=4

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