NIGHT BLOOMING JASMINE 3.5" Grower Pot
Despite the name, this plant is actually more closely related to nightshade species like Tomatoes than they are to Jasmine. Their likeness to Jasmine is only revealed at night, when small tubular flowers emerge to release a sweet and floral fragrance that, at maturity, can be smelled 300-500 feet away from the plant.
Plants that wake when others sleep. Timid jasmine buds that keep their fragrance to themselves all day, but when the sunlight dies away let the delicious secret out to every breeze that roams about.
- Thomas Moore
LOCATION & LIGHT:
Night Blooming Jasmine prefers bright light, mostly indirect, but will benefit from a few hours of direct sun during the day. Unobstructed East or West light will do the trick.
Water thoroughly all summer as soon as the top of the soil dries. Reduce frequency of water during dormant winter months.
Plants and pots sold separately!