Jasminum sambac, Arabian Jasmine, Sambac Jasmine

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When Transplanting: Apply between new soil and plant so stimulant touches root ball.

For Existing Plants: Apply stimulant 2-3 inches below top of soil.

Use the proper amount for each pot size:
6″ Pot: ½ Pack
8-10″ Pot: 1 Pack
12-14″ pot: 2 Packs

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Repotting:
6” pot into an 8-10” planter: About 1.5 bags
8-10” pot into a 12-14” planter: About 3 bags

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Repotting:
6” pot into an 8-10” planter: About 1.5 bags
8-10” pot into a 12-14” planter: About 3 bags

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Recently Shipped Jasminum sambac, Arabian Jasmine, Sambac Jasmine

Description

Perfume Your Evenings in the Garden with the Sambac Jasmine

Winner of the prestigious Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society, Arabian Jasmine will delight you for much longer than 1,001 nights.

Arabian Jasmine, botanically known as Jasminum Sambac, is a tropical treasure. Its dark green, stalk less leaves and shrubs enhance ambiance, while its flowers are widely known for their fragrance. Dried Jasmine flowers are used to scent Jasmine teas in China and to adorn Leis in the Hawaiian Islands. It is the perfect plant to spruce up your outdoor space.

The interesting thing about this plant is that you can train it as a short climber plant or maintain it as a shrub. Not only this, you can use a pot to plant Arabian Jasmine indoors.
The Jasmine plant also has a number of traditional uses in medicine, aromatherapy, and cosmetics. However, the reason most plant parents prefer it is that it has pretty and fragrant flowers.

The famous flowers of the Jasmine plant normally bloom during the summers and rainy seasons. However, if you live in a region with a warm climate, your plant may flower all year long. The white, scented flowers grow in clusters of 3 and 12 and may be single, semi-double, or double.

History

Jasminum Sambac is the scientific name for the plant commonly known as Arabian Jasmine or Mogra. It belongs to the Oleaceae family of plants. The plant producing highly fragrant flowers originated in the tropical Asian regions such as Bhutan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan. Among these regions, this double flower plant is commonly called Motiya or Mogra.

In 1753, in the first edition of the Systema Naturae Book, this plant was first described as Nyctanthes Sambac by the writer of the book, Carl Linnaeus. Later in 1789, William Aiton reclassified it to the Jasmine genus, also naming it Arabian Jasmine.

Caring for your Arabian Jasmine

There are a few things you will need to consider to keep those white flowers blooming and the vines climbing. Jasminum Sambac is an easy-to-care-for plant, but it prefers its original tropical environment.

Light

These plants love warm temperatures and bright lights. To grow a healthy Jasmine plant, make sure it is exposed to full or partial sunlight. Aim for 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day. If you keep it as an indoor plant, remember to place it by a window to provide it with direct sunlight.

Soil

The ideal soil for your Arabian Jasmine is loose, loamy, humus-y soil. It prefers a well-draining soil medium that holds water well. Plenty of organic matter in your soil will make your plant happy.

Water

Jasmine plants love a humid environment. Make sure you keep the soil moist to provide enough humidity.

Regularly water your plant to keep it moist but not wet. Overwatering your plant will cause your plant to rot. Before you water an Arabian Jasmine plant, consider checking the soil moisture. Touch it, and if the first few inches of the soil feel dry, it is time to water. You can do this once a week or more, depending on the climate of your area.

The jasmine plant requires plenty of water during summers. However, you should cut down on watering it during the winter months.

Fertilizer

Hold the fertilizing step for some time after you get a new Jasmine plant. It is important to let your plant establish in its new home first. You can fertilize your outdoor plant four times a year. As for your indoor plant, dilute liquid fertilizer in the water. Give the plant high quality, well-balanced fertilizer to support abundant blooming.

Pests and Diseases

When growing this beautiful plant, don’t forget to be aware of the possible infestation of pests and diseases. Sucking pests like aphids, spider mites, and black scale insects attack these plants.

A few larger insects also sometimes chew on the Jasmine leaves, causing them to get thinner over time.

Common diseases like blight, rust and Fusarium wilt fill appears on areas of leaves and stems in the form of patches, causing them to wilt.

Pruning

While Arabian jasmine does not require extensive pruning, it is still important to trim off dead or dying vines. If you live in a climate where your plant stops blooming during the winter season, this is the time when you should start removing dead branches and cutting upper nodes and buds. For a plant that blooms all year round, simply prune to maintain the shape.

Propagation

Jasmine plants are generally propagated by semi-ripe cuttings. To get the best results, take cuttings from the prior season’s growth.

  • Cut a stem about 6 inches long from directly below a leaf
  • Remove any buds or old flowers
  • Dip the cutting into the water, followed by a root hormone
  • Gently place the cutting in moist soil

Make sure you plant the cutting immediately.

Potting/Repotting your Jasmine Plant

Arabian Jasmine does very well in pots. It likes moist soil, but wet soil can cause it harm, so choose pots with appropriate drainage holes. Such pots prevent moisture issues.

This plant does not prefer oversized pots. Once your plant starts to grow and takes up all the space in the pot, simply transfer it to a bigger pot.

Conclusion

Jasmine plants have many uses and are not at all toxic to children or pets. Therefore, they are a perfect choice for beginner gardeners.

Additional information

Zone

10a, 10b, 11a, 9a, 9b

Sun Exposure

Full Sun, Partial Sun

Mature Height

8 ft – 10 ft

Spacing

6 in – 9 in

54 reviews for Jasminum sambac, Arabian Jasmine, Sambac Jasmine

  1. Shikhar A. (verified owner)

    Great plant – waiting for the flowers to bloom and the legendary scent but I m sure that will come soon.

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    love my plant!! hated the delivery by FedEx – they tossed it onto my gated front porch.

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Great packaging.. Plant arrived in good condition. There were some leaves that have holes in it not caused by traveling. Some buds on plants. Still waiting for the flower to bloom

  4. Steve (verified owner)

    Plants arrived on time. Packaging made getting plants out of box much easier. Most importantly, did not have to jackhammer the roots apart before planting. Have been in the ground for 5 days in 90° weather and look great.

  5. Anonymous (verified owner)

    My plant arrived in great condition. It’s large and lush with a lot of buds. It blooms almost everyday since it was delivered two weeks ago. Very happy with the purchase. Thank you!

  6. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Plant arrived in good condition!! Really happy with the quality. Thank you !!!

  7. Deborah D. (verified owner)

    Lots of flowers and good size! Arrived early too!

  8. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Awesome size and quick delivery.

  9. Phyllis Nelson (verified owner)

    The plants are nicely sized and already beginning to flower. My only complaint is that most of the leaves look like something has been nibbling on them.

  10. Katherine T. (verified owner)

    Plants were gorgeous when they arrived, a couple branches were snapped but plants looked to be in good health. They came already flowering; good to not have to worry about getting the jasmine to flower. Now to plant and hope they do well!

  11. Kanchana Dharmakumar (verified owner)

    My plants were safely packed n shipped….they are healthy and beautiful….planning to buy more plants….

  12. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Jasmine plant arrived in great condition and had lots of buds on it already. Packaging was great. I highly recommend plantvine. Thank you Team!

  13. Nancy Zutshi (verified owner)

    great shape

  14. Anonymous (verified owner)

  15. Andrew K. (verified owner)

    They spent four or five days in transit moving from Florida to Nevada and they arrived healthy and ready to transplant.

  16. Anonymous (verified owner)

  17. George Peaco (verified owner)

    The 3 Arabian Jasmine plants arrived in excellent shape and are doing great. Thanks, Plantvine! Will use your site again.

  18. Vijay (verified owner)

    PlantVine exceeded my expectations. Plant is healthy with lots of flower buds. Love it !!!

  19. Nanette L Fitzgerald (verified owner)

    Beautiful plant. Excellent communication.
    The best plant business I’ve ever felt with.

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  21. Anonymous (verified owner)

    We are happy with our purchase.. we expected little bit big 🪴 but everything packed and shipped very well.

  22. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Great plants, fast delivery

  23. Uthaya Goel (verified owner)

  24. Anonymous (verified owner)

    The plant looked just like in the product picture, And the picture I got in email prior to it’s arrival. Arrived in perfect shape, it even had a few flower buds and is making flower buds already. Super happy with this company. Thank you!

  25. Angelita Reyes (verified owner)

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  27. Stephanie Jackson (verified owner)

    Plants arrived well packed and in perfect condition. Will be ordering from this site again

  28. Anonymous (verified owner)

    It came healthy so I hope I can keep it healthy.

  29. srija V. (verified owner)

  30. Norma (verified owner)

    Beautiful Plant! Arrived in great condition with buds and some flowers blooming! Would buy again!

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Why others chose the Jasminum sambac, Arabian Jasmine, Sambac Jasmine

gift as a houseplant for relative

Most popular in fragrance

Great smell

Fragrance

The scent of the flowers is out of this world

Fragrance

strong fragrance

Native to what we see in India. The Jasmine we find in India.

Fragrance

It would be nice to have a plant with fragrant flowers.

My favorite flower

Love Jasminum Sambac and I have so many varieties and one of my maid Orleans died so I needed a replacement.

Need Beautiful plant for.my New Apartment.

Love the fragrance

Out of stock in my area

Very nice fragrance

The scent. My cleaning woman used to complain the plant was messy and I always said wait til it blooms. When the first flowers came she couldn’t stop talking about how amazing it was and never complained again.

soft perfumes and bright white, tiny blooms are so SWEET!!!

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