Jasmine is a sweet-scented flower that fills the garden or your room with its sweet scent. Please note, not all jasmine flowers are fragrant! The most scented one is the popular Jasmine Polyanthum. This variety is best for growing indoors and has a sweet aroma that releases its fragrance at night.
Sunlight. If you keep the jasmine plant indoors, it must be near a window that receives sunlight throughout the day.Good Air Circulation. It helps promote the growth of Jasmine when growing it indoors.Soil. The soil should be porous and modified by adding organic materials or compost manure.
Fertilization. Add phosphorous to jasmine to prolong the length of its bloom time.Pruning. Prune often at the beginning of the spring season while adjusting the support.Pests. If you notice white cotton masses under the jasmine leaves and stems, it is a sign that mealybugs have invaded your plant.
Jasminum officinale commonly grown indoors.Jasminum humile (Italian Jasmine), Jasminum floridum (showy jasmine), and Jasminum Mesnyi (Primrose Jasmine). These types of jasmine do not grow over ten feet in height so they are suitable to grow indoors.
Jasmine Polyanthum (Winter or Pink Jasmine). It is the most popular jasmine for indoor growers. Jasminum polyanthum. This is a native species to Southwest China and comes with a distinctive fragrant scent.