Jasmine multipartitum


Jasmine has been traditionally used for herbal tea, bath fragrance and pot pourri. With these uses continuing, many people also enjoy having jasmine in their gardens, contributing to colour and vibrance, and this particular variety is a shrub which makes it a great choice for pots or hedging. Jasmine attracts bees and it’s easy to know why, with its delightfully sweet scent. One of the exciting signs of spring. Jasmine multipartitum is a low maintenance plant. It will thrive on a seasonal organic feed and a periodic (not excessive) watering, growing to a size of around 1.5m (h) x 1.5m (w).


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