All I can say is Wow!, and you will too once you smell an Orange Jasmine shrub and its blossoms.
Once you see the beautiful white jasmine flowers and the intoxicating fragrance these jasmine plants produce is like the sweet smell of perfume on a warm summer’s night in Paris, you will want to plant these types of evergreen shrubs everywhere you possibly can.
Murraya Paniculata can be fast growing shrubs depending on where you grow them and if they’re in a pot for a container garden or in the ground in your tropical evergreen garden, either way they will constantly produce the sweet smelling flowers just like orange blossoms but more intense and they will continually bring you these blooms year round.
This Jasmine Plant is considered to be a tropical plant so it prefers humidity and if possible you should provide it with 50% or higher, if you can’t simulate some humidity to the 50% that will be fine, it will still thrive and tolerate lower levels but it may not grow as full and lush into a jasmine bush, jasmine vine or jasmine tree depending how you trim and train your plant, or may not produce as many organic jasmine flowers as you would like.
Also Known as The Mock Orange Plant or Murraya Paniculata
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The Mock Orange plant doesn’t require much fertilizer so you can either use a liquid fertilizer diluted with water every other month or a time released fertilizer also works well but in the winter when growing slows down in the winter discontinue giving it any fertilizer.
When watering its very simple when the soli starts to look dry
water it,but make sure not to let it go too long before watering again and definitely make sure not to over water, this will cause disease and root rot which they are more susceptible in the winter.
The Orange Jasmine loves to be in full sun but it will still do well if grown in partial shade, the direct sunlight will not burn the leaves.
You will be so glad you decided to grow one of these Murraya Paniculata.