“Multiflorum” Angel Hair
“Nudiflorum” Hardy Chinese Jasmines
“Polyanthum” French Perfume
“Rex” Thai King Jasmine
“Sambac” Arabian-Grand Duke
“Madagascar” Stephanotis Jasmine
“Gardenia” Largest of all Jasmines
Most Jasmines prefers Bright light, Humidity and evenly moist and well drained soil. Gardenias are the most difficult plant to grow, they need to be kept evenly moist at all times but not overly done, they are acid lovers and requires bright light and coolish temperatures at night for blooming. Gardenias don’t like the heat at all, I don’t place them outside in the summer, they do better inside by a window with Bright light and the air conditioning on. All Jasmines needs cooler night temperatures to produce blooms. If you place your Jasmines outdoors for the summer and the night temperatures are warmer than 65 degrees, bring the Jasmine indoors at night.