Two-colored jasmine, jasmine and jasmine


Alias: Jasmine, Jasmine

Family is: Solanaceae jasmine

Morphological characteristics:

Solanaceae evergreen shrubs, plant height up to 1.5 meters; leaves alternate, oblong. The flowers are solitary or a few bunches born at the tip of the new shoot, 4.5 cm to 5 cm in diameter, funnel-shaped, aromatic, lavender at the beginning, diphtheria, and then gradually white, so at the same time one can see two Color flowers; flowering winter solstice.

Bark gray, single leaves alternate, flower-like plum, bright and beautiful, when the first open lavender, and then turned pale blue, and then turn into white.

Due to the inconsistent flowering, it seems that both flowers are open at the same time, giving off the jasmine-like rich aroma, hence the name Jasmine.

Because of its color and fragrance, it is quite popular.

Origin:

Two-colored jasmine is native to tropical America and is introduced and cultivated everywhere.

Growth habits:

Hi warm and humid and sunny environment, not cold, intolerant, not strong light, requiring good drainage, fertile, loose slightly acidic soil, the winter temperature of not less than 10 °C.

Breeding cultivation:

Reproduction by cutting or pressing. In the north, it is often used as a potted plant and moved to outdoor sunlight in the summer. During the growing season, pay attention to fertilization, and change the pot or change soil in the spring. Fall back into the room and place it in direct sunlight. Wintering temperature above 12°C. South China can be planted in the garden to watch.

application:

The two-colored jasmine has graceful posture and spring and summer blossoms. It is blue-purple at the beginning and gradually becomes light blue to white. It is very peculiar and suitable for ornamental plants. It is used to decorate small courtyards and foyers, and the south can be used as open field flower shrubs.

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