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Night jasmine

Night Jasmine

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. These are a tropical jasmine so are best trimmed back and moved indoors at the end of the flowering season.
Current Description
These unusual night jasmine are quick-growing and a perfect gift for keen gardeners, especially if they enjoy plants with a strong fragrance. Looking fabulously leafy and budding up nicely this week, it won't be long before they are in full scented flower. Always very popular, order soon if you don't want to miss out.
80cm+ tall in a 3L pot
1 x Night Jasmine   + £0.00
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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

This is a very special plant - grown for its heavenly perfume rather than its subtle flowers. It is not a true jasmine - the latin name is Cestrum nocturnum. It will do well on a sunny windowsill or in a conservatory, but better still put it on a patio or balcony and you can enjoy its scent in the autumn evenings.

In the winter bring the plant inside because it is not fully hardy. Ideally it should be kept above 5 degrees centigrade. To ensure your plant 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 but as the days get cooler they should only need watering when they get really dust dry. Unlike true jasmine they cannot tolerate standing in water, and they will suffer if overwatered.

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. Remember to put your plant where you can enjoy the evening scent.