The tips of the leaves on my Jasmine vine are turning white and dropping. Jasmine is 4 years old and usually has many leaves at this time. Now the leaves are sparse and plant is not doing well. Am I over watering or is it a disease? I live in Arizona.
It could be either.
Check for root rot. That will be the issue if this is an overwatering issue This article will help and will help you to correct it:
I would also recommend treating the plant with a fungicide. This will help clear up any possible disease as well.
I have a arch in my yard. I purchased swamp jasmine to cover it but was wondering if it gets too big and aggressive for an arch (about 84 in.). If so, what should I get? I live in SC. Arch is in part sun.
It will get out of control if you do not trim on a regular basls,it is reall a bad dream if you have the arch close to your house an you don't keep it trimed
What can I do for 4 to 5 year old Jasmines that have sustained quite a bit of frost crack to their bark? We had a two week cold snap of -12 to -15 C° nights and 98% of the foliage is dry and completely brittle with all the major woody stems cracked severly. There is a tiny bit of green growth left near the base of the plants. Suggestions?
Cold injured plants or branches may die in early spring, late summer or several years later. Flower buds may also be killed without damage to the stems. Cold damaged plants should be pruned back below the injured bark as soon as possible. Here is an article that you may find helpful: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/environmental/tips-for-saving-cold-damaged-plants.htm
Went out this morning and found my two small star jasmine bushes eaten more or less right to the ground. What animal does this? It is not deer, as the garden is well fenced.
If your fence is lower than 6 feet tall, it very well could have still been a deer. Deer can clear fences up to 6 feet easily, even with no run up. They can clear higher fences if they have a run up to the fence. As they were small plants, it may have also been rodents, mice, rats or voles. A small family of them can chew apart small plants in a night.
When do you and how do you prune summer flowering jasmine, which is growing against a west-facing fence?
Summer jasmine is best pruned just after flowering in late summer. This article will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/flowers/jasmine/trimming-jasmine-plants.htm
Why do my Arabian Jasmine flowers drop as soon as they open?
Is the plant too wet? Jasmines like to be a bit on the dry side and should be watered once the top of soil is dry. Also, is it getting enough light? These plants need plenty of light to bloom well. Finally, check the plant for insect pests. This is one of the most common reasons for blooming issues such as this. Regardless of the pest, however, neem oil is an effective treatment. Here is more information: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/problems/pests/neem-oil-uses.htm
My Peacock Jasmine is a young plant. I just transplanted it into a 3 1/2 inch pot. I would like it to stay a houseplant. The flowers are so fragrant. The plant is beautiful, but the flowers keep falling off. What am I doing wrong? This is my first time working with a Peacock Jasmine. Hope you can help. Thanks!! :)
If your plant is only in 3 1/2" pot, it must still be very young. It may simply be trying to concentrate on growing roots before it decorates itself with flowers. Make sure it has plenty of light (the key to flowering plants indoors,) and not too much water. This article has more information: https://www.gardenguides.com/85620-peacock-jasmine-plant-care.html