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A good sized, healthy plant arrived well packaged. The plant is doing well over a month later and I'm delighted to relive the scent of my tropical childhood.
Quality products and well packaged arrived on time brilliant company
Very healthy plants taken well to the garden, also the care instructions have been very helpful.
Healthy plant satisfied
Great looking plant. Had around three weeks now and it is going strong with plenty of flowers now coming through.
Lovely healthy plant, excellently packaged to ensure safe arrival. Looking forward to the evening fragrance when it flowers.
Good condition plants
Stunning plant. Thankyou
Absolutely gorgeous smell in the evening, especially in this summer's heat at night!!! Lovely for patio dining with candles and moonlight! Good shape and size with lots of flowers and buds. Highly recommend.
Fabulous healthy plant, full of buds and arrived in excellent condition. Packaging was substantial.
These instructions are sent with the plant gift
This fragrant plant (Cestrum Noctrum) is not a true jasmine but is grown in India for its heavenly evening scent. The white blooms open after dark in late Summer/Autumn and will fill a sheltered garden with their perfume.
Your Night Jasmine can be kept either inside in a cool, bright room, or outside in the garden. During the summer your plant will do best kept outside. Choose a position in full sun or partial shade with a bit of protection from the wind. In the winter bring your plant inside because it is not fully hardy, ideally it should be kept above 5°C. To ensure your Night Jasmine gets enough light, place it near a window in a bright room or conservatory. A cool room is best so try to keep your plant away from any radiators.
In summer these plants need regular watering, as much as every other day when it is hot. As the days get cooler your plant should only need watering when it gets really dust dry. Unlike true Jasmine, Night Jasmine cannot tolerate standing in water, and they will suffer if overwatered.
Night jasmine put on masses of growth through the summer, and to help them bush out, prune back in mid spring or after flowering. Repot your plant in the spring with compost suitable for container plants, going up 1 or 2 pot sizes.
Night Jasmine like plenty of light, if your plant isn’t flowering well, try moving it to a sunnier position.
In winter the plants will tend to drop their leaves. Keep the plant compact, feed it in the spring, and you can expect more flowers in late summer.