Jai - Plant
Common name: Jai, Jasmine Molle, Indian Jasmine, Jui, Juhi (Hindi),
Color: white color
Bloom time: June to August
Height: 4.00 to 5.00 feet
Difficulty level: easy to grow
Planting & Care
Jui like other Jasminum (i.e. Mogra , Chameli ) like warm conditions. It grows best in full sun exposure. 4-6 hrs of sum exposure is good for Jui’s good show of growth. Partial shade will work too.
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Soil: drained soil
Temprature: Jai like other Jasminum (i.e. Mogra , Chameli ) like warm conditions. It grows best in full sun exposure. 4-6 hrs of sum exposure is good for Jui’s good show of growth. Partial shade will work too.
Fertilizer: Use normal purpose compost twice a week or liquid fertilizer for boosting bloom.
- Jasmine plants can be affected by pests like aphids, caterpillar, spider mites, etc.
- and fungus disease.
- To avoid these problems,always water your Spanish jasmine properly without wetting the leaves.
- & Ensure that the vine receives sunlight for 4-5 hours daily.
Jai are very fragrant, the blooms send their fragrances in early mornings and evenings, not only in the garden but far away to neighbors area. This is one of the most cultivated types of jasmine
- Garden Uses : South of USDA Zone 9, this plant is usually grown in containers that are overwintered indoors.
or medicinal use, please consult appropriate doctor / physian befor use.
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