Saturday, July 3, 2010

Orange jasmine season

The orange jasmine shrubs in my garden are really blooming their heads off these days that they could get more water from the steady rains of the season.




The whole shrubs are covered with clusters of white flowers, giving off heavenly scent that fills the backyard in the evening.


Orange jasmine is very easy to grow and to bloom. Just give it enough water and fertilizer ocassionally and you will be rewarded with a healthy green shrub and scented blooms every now and then throughout the year.

3 comments:

Stephanie said...

Hi Ha Xuan, nice bush! And wow so many flowers!! I can even smell the fragrance from here!! How wonderful :-D

Regarding Sarr, it's my first one. And, I haven't decided what to do when the plant shows signs of dormancy ;-) Meanwhile, I have read up both dry and cold dormancy treatment. But a grower here told me that here in our weather which is hot all the time, there is no need to do so. Hmm... not sure if he is right he he...

James Missier said...

I noticed that my orange jasmine ooften blooms during the rainy season but the petals falls off with the heavy downpour.

J.C. said...

I love orange jasmine too! Their fragrance permeates throughout my garden in the evening. Mine has not been blooming lately. I kept it under the shade of my driveway. Is that the reason for it not to bloom?