1. Loose: potted jasmine has certain requirements for soil. It should have certain looseness. The soil should be soft. The potted soil should not be too hardened and sticky, otherwise it will lead to water accumulation. It also needs to be able to retain water and fertilizer.Loose soil can make the root system breathe normally and meet the needs of jasmine growth.
2. Fertility: The jasmine is a kind of plant that likes to fertilize, so it also has a fertile requirement for the soil. Add appropriate fertilizer as the base fertilizer. The base fertilizer can be rotten bean cake, chicken manure, hoof slices, etc. The base fertilizer is covered with a layer of soil, which can avoid direct contact with the roots.
3. Acidity: jasmine likes acidic soil, so the potting soil should be kept slightly acidic, and alkaline or neutral soil should not be used, otherwise it will lead to poor growth and yellow leaves.
Jasmine can not use a single soil, garden soil, perlite, rotten leaf soil, fine sand preparation, according to the actual growth of the adjustment ratio.