Arabian Jasmine (Jasminium sambac)

DESCRIPTION

Arabian Jasmine

Jasminium sambac

Arabian Jasmine is prized around the world for its highly fragrant white flowers that open at night and close in the morning. Native to tropical Asia, Jasminum sambac will be appreciated by anyone that loves the unmistakable scent of jasmine flowers and the attractive green foliage! We love to plant this medium-sized evergreen vining shrub for use as espalier in an urban garden where its wonderful fragrance can help clean the inner city air! We also love to use them as a scrambling shrub or bushy vine for borders and in any tropical or sub-tropical landscape.

This Arabian Jasmine has partial to full sun light needs and once established has low to moderate watering needs. This is an easy to care for plant with year round interest. We recommend feeding with our Moon Valley fertilizer products, such as our Super Charged Moon Juice, for optimal results you will love! They look incredible when planted into the landscape with companion plants such as Crape Myrtle, Plumbago, Lantana or grown in an attractive container by itself. If you love the sweet fragrance of jasmine, you will love this plant!

Revamp your landscape today and reap the rewards! Palm Paradise has what you need to add instant curb appeal and value to your property. We custom grow our Arabian Jasmine from only our finest quality specimens and have been doing it this way for over 20 years! No one else does what we do, so we can assure their superior quality!

  • Also known as Pikake
  • Fragrant white flowers bloom from Summer into Fall, fading to pink as they age
  • The dried flowers are used by the Chinese to flavor jasmine tea
  • The flowers are used in leis in Hawaii, while in India they are used in garlands
  • This is the national flower of the Philippines
  • Pet friendly plant
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Keep them looking full and dense with seasonal pruning

FEATURES

Highly fragrant white flowers

Medium sized shrub best used in tropical or sub-tropical yards

Best in morning or strong filtered sun