: A jasmine plant is a great addition to a garden or a home. Jasmine, known for its beautiful flowers and shining leaves, can fill your house with a unique fragrance. Jasmine is basically a bushy shrub that releases fragrance at night. There are 200 species, mostly from Asia, Europe and Africa. Jasmine is native to tropical and warm temperate regions.
Orange Jasmine - Murraya paniculata
The Orange Jasmine is grown for it's fragrance and the white flowers. It is an easy to grow, house plant and also makes an excellent indoor bonsai.
The Orange Jasmine is hardy in zones 10-11. If grown outdoors in zones 10/11 it gets about 12 feet tall. In cooler regions it should be grown as a house plant or patio plant. Indoors it rarely gets over 3 to 4 feet in height and can be trimmed even shorter. It enjoys regular feeding and a good soil. Keep the soil evenly moist and fertilize regularly. This easy to grow house plant does best in a bright, filtered light window.
The very fragrant white flowers come in flushes at different times during the spring, summer, and fall.
Dark red to orange, oblong berries, up to 0.5 inch long (12 mm).