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Australian and New Zealand Gardening: jasmine aka night jasmine

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gardenlen
brisbane
Australia

October 2, 2006
10:47 PM

Post #2779770

g'day all,

just stumbled on this site whilst looking for planting information for the night jasmine. anyone got any specific outside planting tips part from it will get good sun mostly arvo' stuff. we have clay fill soil called acid sulphate fill.

so far not having any problems growing things. but all and any help appreciated.

saw a couple of familiar names so far maybe somewhere new for me to hang me hat at times?

len

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annette68
Townsville
Australia
(Zone 10a)

October 3, 2006
2:49 AM

Post #2780823

Hi gardenlen.

You pretty much got it covered with the sun/shade. Maybe a bit off sugarcane mulch around the base so it doesnt get waterlogged.

i love this jasmine.
gardenlen
brisbane
Australia

October 3, 2006
5:29 AM

Post #2781164

g'day annette68,

thanks for that guess that's me next job.

len
annette68
Townsville
Australia
(Zone 10a)

October 3, 2006
8:50 AM

Post #2781247

No Probs:)


Annette
bigwig
Laurieton NSW
Australia

October 13, 2006
9:39 PM

Post #2814584

Hi gardenien, I have just removed my night flowering Jasmin after about 3 years it got completely out of hand spreading and taking over one corner of my garden I did prune and cut back regally so keep an eye on the growth and you will need to prune, if you have planted in a smaller area other wise the smell from the flowers at night were just amazing
gardenlen
brisbane
Australia

October 14, 2006
1:08 AM

Post #2815096

g'day bigwig,

it has a bit of room, but me darling wanted it and it was given to her by my sister inlaw, i do have a rather sharp s/s machette though so whipping into shape can occur lol.

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