Asked by: Marth Sondereggerasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th June, 2020
What do you feed star jasmine?
Besides, what is the best fertilizer for Jasmine?
A 7-9-5 fertilizer works well for jasmine plants. It is 7 percent nitrogen, which ensures lush, healthy, green leaves, 9 percent phosphorus for abundant, large flowers and 5 percent potassium for strong roots and improved resistance to diseases, insects and drought.
Subsequently, question is, how do you keep star jasmine blooming? Try fertilization with a low, or even no-nitrogen plant food. Phosphorus heavy plant food often jolts plants into bloom. Perhaps all that extra care included moving your potted jasmine into a bigger container. Be patient, jasmine must be root bound to produce blooms.
Similarly one may ask, when should I fertilize my jasmine plant?
Indoor Jasmine plants should be fertilized at least twice a year, but during the growing season of spring and summer, liquid fertilizer can be fed to the plant every few weeks.
Is bone meal good for Jasmine?
All flowering and fruiting plants specially Roses, Azaleas, Tomatoes, Peppers, Hibiscus, Gardenias, Jasmine, Bulbous flowers and Root crops benefit from the application of bonemeal.