Jasmine can be thought of as an evergreen, branching vine that can be trained as a shrub, or as a spreading, vine-like shrub. The stems and leaves are covered with a downy pubescence that gives the plant an overall grayish-green appearance. The leaves are ovate and rounded at the base, up to 2” long, and opposite each other on the stem. The white, clustered, star-shaped flowers appear nearly year-round and are not as fragrant as other jasmines. There are several Jasmines which can be grown as house plants ñ all are climbers which bear flowers in clusters.
Site: Brightly lit spot. Keep well away from direct sunlight
Temperature: Average warmth in summer – minimum 60°F in winter.
Water: Keep compost moist at all times but never waterlogged.