Helpful tips for planting fake jasmine

Helpful tips for planting fake jasmine

At which location does False Jasmin feel comfortable?

False jasmine likes to be bright and sunny or partially shaded. Direct shadow positions are unfavorable.

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What demands does he have on the floor?

The soil should be loose and nutritious. False jasmine does not tolerate waterlogging. This causes the roots to rot and the shrub to die over time.

When is the best time to plant?

The best time to plant is in spring or autumn. When planting in autumn, it is advisable to put on a mulch cover.

How big does the planting distance have to be?

In the hedge, keep a planting distance of 80 to 100 centimeters. As a single shrub, false jasmine only really comes into its own when it has plenty of space around it.

How is False Jasmine Planted Properly?

  • Dig the planting hole
  • Enrich the soil with compost or horn shavings (€ 6.39 at Amazon *)
  • Use fake jasmine
  • step well and water
  • Spread the mulch cover

When does false jasmine bloom?

Depending on the variety, false jasmine flowers from May to July. The flowers attract many bees and beneficial insects.

The scent of fake jasmine is much more intense in the evening than during the day. However, not all varieties are fragrant.

How is false jasmine propagated?

Propagation is best done using cuttings. Sowing is only rarely successful.

Which neighbors does False Jasmin not get along with?

Era cones and viburnum should not be planted near false jasmine. The black bean lice hibernate on these bushes and increasingly attack the farmer's jasmine in summer.

Is fake jasmine poisonous?

Unfortunately, many types of false jasmine are poisonous. You should therefore protect your hands during care.


False jasmine, farmer's jasmine, scented jasmine - the names for the ornamental shrub with its often fragrant flowers are varied. What is always meant is the pipe bush (Philadelphus erectus), which has little in common with real jasmine.