- Scientifically known as Murraya paniculate
- Pronounced as Murr-aya pani-cu-late.
- Commonly known as orange jessamine, satinwood or orange jasmine. In India, the flowers are popularly known as Kamini.
- It is a flowering shrub with twisting branches, dark green, glossy leaves and fragrant blossoms.
* The plants in the picture are only for reference.
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|Dimensions||22 × 22 × 26 cm|
Light: Provide your plant full sunlight and well-draining, fertile, loamy soil. Ideally, your orange jessamine should be exposed to six or more hours of sunlight per day. Indoors, this may not be possible, so expose your shrub to as much light as possible. Place a container-grown orange jessamine in a room with south-facing exposure during the winter to ensure that it receives enough sunlight.
Soil: Container-grown orange jessamine will need soilless growing medium formulated for a container.
Water: Water the plant infrequently, every 10 to 14 days, allowing it to dry somewhat between waterings. A container-grown plant may need to be watered more frequently than a plant grown in the ground. Measuring the soil occasionally with a moisture meter will help you establish a watering schedule.