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not flowering

Question from chrissie ford

Hi, I have a couple of question about the star jasmine, hoping you can help:

1) The star jasmine I bought last year is in a large pot and is growing really well, however not flowering. How often should I feed it and what with to get it to flower? (it is about 3m high and has spread well). It flowered a lot last year. Also how often should I water it?

2) I have just bought another one of these and put it in a pot. It is a much smaller plant at the moment - about 1ft tall. What should I feed it, how often and how often should I water it this one?.

3) I was advised star jasmines are the only evergreen climber which will do well in pots and still look nice year on year. Do you agree with this or can you suggest other evergeen climbers which do well in pots year on year?

Thanks in advance!
Chrissie

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  • Posted: Sun. 9th June 2013 16:16

winter feed

Question from rhydian morgan-jones

I have mine potted up as I bring itinto the house in the summer. It is in a cold greenhouse over winter. What feeding would you recomend?

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  • Posted: Sun. 26th September 2010 10:36
  • Last reply: Mon. 27th September 2010 18:46

Soil/Roots

Question from Steve

Hi, I've recently bought a 2 mtr plant (June) in flower. I've planted it next to a post of a pagoda. Due the 'concrete' around this post I had to plant it 6 inches away from the actual post; the soil/roots are covered by gravel/loose stones - Are these plants OK with the roots all covered like this? The flowers have started to die off - will they return this summer?

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  • Posted: Fri. 25th June 2010 14:52
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Hardy or not?

Question from Jane

I have just bought one of these for a container against a west facing wall and the ticket says that it is hardy outdoors. However I have just read on this site that it should be overwintered in colder areas. I live in the south of england. If this is to be overwintered then it is not the plant I need for the positon. Any help please?

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  • Posted: Thu. 10th June 2010 12:37
  • Last reply: Sun. 18th August 2013 19:55