Home > Plants > Jasmine, Night Blooming

Jasmine, Night Blooming   /   Cestrum nocturnum

Back   Return to the list   Next

Buy: Jasmine, Night Blooming


Pictures of:  Jasmine, Night Blooming


Everything about: Jasmine, Night Blooming

Night Blooming Jasmine - Cestrum nocturnum (latin)

Geographic origins: West Indies, Central America.
Adult size: Height up to 4 metres.
Foliage: Evergreen.
Type of soil: Neutral, moist, light and sandy.
Hardiness: Hardy to -5°C, the parts above ground can be affected by early frosts.
Position: Full sun.

Properties and uses:
The night blooming jasmine is a sought after shrub because of its nocturnal flowering and very intense perfume.
Throughout the summer its numerous small flowers open when the night falls and give out a powerful scent of lime and jasmine that fills the surrounding air, it is strongest during those hot evenings.
It is best planted in a tub so that it can be kept under cover during the winter.

Attention: All parts of the plant and especially the berries are toxic. This species can prove invasive in certain regions.

See the Jasmine catalogue

Soil and Compost

Potting Compost

Potting Compost: Suggested uses
Bougainvilleas, Crotons, Cycas, Cyclamens, Dumb canes, Dragon trees, Tree ivy, Ficus, Ferns, Gardenias, Hibiscus, Busy Lizzie, kalanchoes, Ivies, Jasmin, Marantas, Monsteras, indoors palm trees, Philodendrons, Phoenix, Poinsettias, Primroses, Scheffleras, Yuccas, Indoor Plants...

See our offers See our offers

Back   Return to the list   Next


Your reviews about: Jasmine, Night Blooming

             >> Write your own review

Pépinières PLANFOR
1950 Route de Cère
Tel : (020).7660.0178