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Jasmine Orange (Murraya paniculata)

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Bonsai Care

Jasmine is a tropical, evergreen shrub with mid-green, oval leaves in pinnate form and white, aromatic, bell-shaped flowers, which develop into orange berries. Also known as Satinwood tree because of its pale, smooth bark.

STYLE : Suited to informal upright, slanting, semi-cacscade, twin trunk, clump and group styles.

WARNING : needs minimum temperature of 17 degrees centigrade, so should only be grown indoors in temperate climate - but needs shading from hot summer sun.

Care Info

REPOT : Every 2 years in spring.

SOIL : Basic mix of 40:60 grit:organic. 

PRUNE : Branches should be pruned in winter.

PINCH: Trim new shoots from 6 down to 2 leaves during the growng season.

WATER : Water well (daily) in growing season and keep moist in winter. Daily misting also helps.

FEED : Balanced feed every 2 weeks during growing season and every 4-6 weeks during winter.

WARNING : needs minimum temperature of 17 degrees centigrade, so should only be grown indoors in temperate climate - but needs shading from hot summer sun.



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