I've had a Madagascar jasmine for several years now and every year during Autumn when there is a sudden drop in temperature some leaves turn yellow. Although I keep it inside, the temp. drop is still felt quite a lot.(living in England,UK) This year it seems too many leaves are turning yellow. I water it much less now,when about 5cm on top has dried off. Can't see any pests either. I have attached picture here as well. Is this normal?
I'm thinking your plant's soil may be depleted. Here's an article that should help:
Though plants are healthy and well nurtured
Usually, the culprit is that the nutrient ratios in the soil aren't quite where they should be. Usually, too much nitrogen, or not enough phosphorus and potassium are to blame.
Here are some articles that will help:
Hello! I recently bought a jasmine plant (last week). It has this weird texture on the underside of the leaves. I would appreciate any help in identifying if this is normal, a fungus or some sort of pest. I’m really not sure what it is. I don’t see any bugs. The texture doesn’t really scrape off. I’ve wiped all the leaves down with a cloth and water. Sprayed the whole thing with an insecticide soap just in case.
It does look like a pest, but it should wipe off in that case. Edema looks like little bumps, it is due to overwatering.
I think you're on the right track, and here's an article that should help:
I don't know what to do for Confederate Jasmine. It is very tall but it will not bloom. I've tried several things. If I pruned it will it make it bloom next year? Please I need your help. My knowledge in plants is very little Thank you Billie Teague
Regular pruning should help. Here is more:
I bought a Jasmine plant already potted, it is already outgrowing the pot with roots growing out. I live in an apartment and want to know if I leave the support stick in or use something else? I love the smell so much, I had a big plant beside my front door before I sold my house. What is the best way to so this? Thank you
You can leave the stick in for support. Only go up one pot size so you don't end up with too much wet soil in the container. Here are tips to repot:
i have drapes that block the sun, north facing, plant vines are growing into the drapes
I suggest putting the vines in a window with more light, such as an east or south facing window. If they don't get enough sun, the leaves will likely pale.
I received Poet's Jasmine and want to repot them. What is the best soil to use?
If you are growing it in a container, commercial potting mix is fine.