How to Grow Jasmine Indoors
The scent of Jasmine can add a particular aroma to one’s surroundings, making for a good change from the smog, industrial odors amongst other things that we have to endure on an average outing. That being said, you might wonder how you’d go about growing these flowers in your space. Needn’t sweat cause we are about to help you out!
- Pot the jasmine in a medium-sized planter and fill it with potting soil.
- Water jasmine whenever the soil dries completely. Check the soil with your finger. If it’s not wet enough water accordingly.
- Fertilize jasmine every two weeks, with a fertilizer that has 10% nitrogen, 20% phosphorus, and 10% potassium. Fertilize once a week for the first month after flowering.
- Keep the jasmine under direct full sunlight for a minimum of 4 hours per day.