It certainly thrives here, needing no watering, and has grown quickly to fill the space.
Wondering Does this vine like to be pot bound?
A: I have Confederate jasmine (star jasmine) on both sides of an arbor. Every March it gets a haircut with hedge trimmers back close to the metal structure.
I have to trim it again in August to keep the long vines out of a nearby viburnum. When I prune the vine stubs exude a white sticky latex that I’m told is very irritating to your eyes. Tips on how to prune – To prune jasmine, first remove any damaged, diseased or dead stems from the plant to prevent any spread of disease. Then remove any stems that are tangled or that no longer flower. Help keep trained jasmine clean and tidy by snipping stems that are growing away from the plant.
Prune jasmine blooms immediately after they flower so vines have enough time to grow before the following. Nov 25, Prune your jasmine plants after the blossoms fade. Pinch the flowers as they die back to encourage new growth. You can also prune whenever you notice any stems that are damaged, diseased or dead. Nov 08, On May 22,RedChloe from Pooler, GA (Zone 8b) wrote: I love my jasmine, it grows over a swing and perfumes the whole yard. A note to cece71 the west tends to be alkali, try giving your sad plant some kind of fertilizer for acid loving plants (like azaleas).
There are several good ones on the market.
BUT, when I put it outside, pot and all, it grew bigger, and the leaves grew shinier.
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