Jasmine information, jasmine pictures

Jesse Pinkman
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Potted grapes should also be pruned in winter, thin and weak branches, interspersed branches, spindly branches and diseased branches should be cut off, and the branches after fruiting should also be treated, and the specific methods should be determined according to the varieties and growth potential. At this time, the temperature is low, to control the temperature, can be placed indoors, temperature control in 0-5 degrees time. After winter, base fertilizer should be applied once in combination with repotting. In addition, although it has been dormant, but also can not lose water, watering once a week.

1. Family

Jasmine is a plant of Oleaceae and Jasminum, also known as Molly Flower, Meili, Meili, Xianghun, etc. It originated in India, and is now planted in many areas, widely planted in subtropical areas.

2. Morphology

Jasmine is an erect or climbing shrub, about 3 meters in height, with cylindrical or slightly flattened branches.The leaves are distributed oppositely, the texture of the leaves is papery, and there are obvious veinlets on both sides.Its flowering period is from May to August every year, the cymes are terminal, the color of the corolla is white, the petals overlap more, and the flowers have fragrance.It can also bear fruit, which is spherical in shape and dark purple in color.

3. Habits

The jasmine flower has some requirements for the soil. It is best to provide slightly acidic sandy soil rich in humus. It likes a warm climate environment and cannot stand frost. If the temperature is lower than 3 degrees Celsius, it may be frozen. Therefore, measures should be taken to keep warm in winter.It grows well in semi-shade environment and can not withstand strong light irradiation.

4. Propagation

The main methods of jasmine propagation are cuttage and layering.Cuttings can be selected from mature annual branches, cut off the cuttings, remove the leaves below, prepare a suitable matrix, and then cuttings.Layering can press down the branches on the plant, and then separate and cultivate them after rooting.

5. Pictures

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