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Jasmine ‘Maid of Orleans’ (Jasminum sambac)

Jasmine ‘Maid of Orleans’ (Jasminum sambac)

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R1390-5

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5" Pot Size
6 in stock

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Jasmine ‘Maid of Orleans’ (Jasminum sambac)
This everblooming jasmine has a bushy growth habit and does particularly well on windowsills. The fragrance of the white flowers clears the air and adds a touch of peaceful tranquility. Place ‘Maid of Orleans’ on the sill, sit in a nearby chair and breathe in its delightful scent. In Asia, jasmines are used in teas and religious observances. Also known as “Arabian Tea Jasmine,” it is the national flower of the Philippines, where it is known as “Sampaguita.”
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Everbloomer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 1-2'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60
Plant Type Fragrant


Tips for Success:


Remember, they are warm, lowland tropical plants and need a warm root system. The most vigorous is ‘Maid of Orleans.’ Slower growing varieties are ‘Flore Plena’ and ‘Grand Duke.’

• Use clay pots to maintain healthy roots.

• Bring soil to visual dryness between waterings.

• Occasionally bring to a slight wilt between waterings.

• Moderate amounts of fertilizer, not heavy feeders.

• Stop feeding in winter.

• All respond well to pruning; best not to prune in winter when growth is slow.


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