The common jasmine likes to grow in loose, breathable, fertile, and water-conserving soil. The soil can be prepared by oneself. It is prepared with rotten leaf soil, cake fertilizer, and sandy loam soil. Such soil is of great help to the growth of the common jasmine.
It likes to grow in a little wet soil, because it is not waterlogged, when watering should be appropriate, there can be no water storage.In summer, it is good to irrigate once every three days or so, and in winter, it is good to irrigate once every fifteen days or so, and when it is dry at ordinary times, it can spray some water to moisturize its branches and leaves.
During the vigorous growth period, some decomposed fertilizer should be applied to it, and after the flowering period, some phosphorus fertilizer should be applied to it, and the fertilizer amount should be selected and applied less frequently, so as to contribute to the absorption of nutrients and make the development and growth of wild jasmine more robust.
It is a light-loving plant, which should be given sufficient sunshine during the cultivation period, but it does not like strong light, and it should be given appropriate shade when the light is strong, so as to prevent its leaves from sunburn.It can be placed in the balcony or courtyard, which can better promote the sunshine.