I love my orange Jasmin tree. I am moving to ocean condo 17th floor. Will an orange Jasmin survive on ocean in this condition?
it can be ok, as long as it does not receive direct sunlight for too long. Morning sun is ok, but make sure it is in shade for most of the day.
Here is an article for more information on the care of these: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/shrubs/orange-jasmine/orange-jasmine-care.htm
it has a web growing on its branches ..what should i DO .. ?
Can you include pictures? This could be spider mites, or a number of caterpillars. Neem oil is a good broad spectrum pesticide, but sometimes will not be strong enough for the mites. I recommend also adding garlic extract and rosemary oil alongside the neem oil, in water. This will usually rid them of most insect pests.
Orange jasmine hedge is 10 years old, 6 ft high and located in south Florida. Part of the hedge is yellowing and dropping leaves. In a couple places the branches are becoming barren and brittle. These branches can be broken off easily and appear dead. What are the possible causes and cures for this?
There can be a few different reason for yellowing leaves.
This article will help you.
I think you need to review the above article where it says it requires protection from the sun. I have one that has grown *very* well in full sun for over 10 years and have seen any number in other people's gardens doing just as well with no shade at all. Other references I have read on the Internet agree that it is a full sun bush. Also they seem to do well in pretty much any type of ground, including clay, so I'm not so sure about the not liking wet roots part.
That is wonderful that you have had such success with this plant in your garden; but we do stand by our article as this plant is recommended to grow in a partial sun location.
One other thing - my orange jasmine has always flowered at what seems to be fairly random times of the year, so I asked a nurseryman once about that and he told me that was the norm. So I was interested to read that your entry on this bush says it flowers in summer - would there be some external factor that could be influencing this?
Bloom time can be from summer into fall.
please tell me if it would be advantageous to cut this orange jasmine down to some point. it is growing healthy and tall, but not bushing out. it gets a good couple hours of morning sun. thanks for your help. gloria
You can prune very lightly! Just don't cut very much off at one time. This article will help you to care for the plant:
Hi, I'm trying to grow a hedge of Murraya Paniculata. The leaves are going yellow with green veins. PH level is 6.2-6.7. I've tried an experiment on different plants, but no change: Watered with Iron chelates, epsom salts, trace elements, sulphur, soil wetter. Trying iron chelates sprayed on the leaves today. Please help!
This looks more like a magnesium deficiency! Magnesium sulfate will help for a quick fix, but I would recommend adding dolomitic lime to prevent this in the future.
Make sure to shade this plant from the intense, afternoon, full sun.
Here is an article that will help you to care for the plant: