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Juhi Plant are very easy to grow in both gardens and terraces. It is evergreen, fast growing and shows vine-like growth if left without pruning. It generally blooms a lot in summer.

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Buy Juhi Plant (Juhi Jasmine) + Lighting, Watering, Soil, and Pruning Info

Juhi Plant are very easy to grow in both gardens and terraces. It is evergreen, fast growing and shows vine-like growth if left without pruning. It generally blooms a lot in summer.

Watering

When watering, make sure the soil is saturated and a little water runs out through the bottom of the container. Once the soil looks dry again, water again.

Water every day during early growth phases; once grown fully the plant can bear one or two days without watering.

Too much water can be detrimental to the plant as it induces rotting, reduces flowering and fragrance.

Soil

Juhi plants require hard, tough soil for strong support. Use a well-draining soil mix. One option is the normal red garden soil. Add organic content to enhance the fertility and quality (eg: vermicompost). Slightly acidic to alkaline soil is preferred for optimum growth.

Lighting

Juhi plants prefer a lot of sunlight since they are warm growing plants. These plants should not be kept under direct sunlight. Window sills or gardens which receive 4-6 hours of morning and evening sun can be chosen. The amount of sunlight is important, especially during winter season.

Flowering

Juhi plants are known to produce powdery satin white flowers.

Size

The vining varieties can get up to 15 feet tall.

Flower stalks are up to 5 mm long, sepals about 3 mm long. Flowers are about 1.5 cm long and lobes up to 8 mm long. The berry is globose, black and grows up to 8 mm in diameter.

Fertilizing

Use normal purpose compost manure twice or thrice a week, or liquid fertilizer for increasing blooms.

Diseases

The most common diseases found are blight, rust, and Fusarium wilt. These affect leaves and cause necrotic areas, discolored patches, wilting, streaked stems and occasionally affect younger plants. Fungicides, baking soda etc. can be used to prevent these diseases. Avoid overhead watering and ensure proper circulation around the plant to reduce the chances of diseases.

Pruning

If left to grow without any pruning, the stems can become large vines and take up a lot of space.

Pruning of the vines should be done after the blooming cycle is complete, usually in late spring. At that time, they can be severely pruned because they sprout quickly. After this, pruning can be done in late summer if needed. From there, the vine shall be allowed to grow until flower buds appear.

Trim the weak shoots to give the climber a sense of direction.

Humidity

Juhi plants usually grow under humid conditions, preferably more than 50%. But they can tolerate low humid levels with no harmful effects.

Potting/Repotting

As it is a fast-growing plant, medium to large sized pots should be used. Or else frequent repotting will be required. The container can be made of plastic or clay. It should be taken care that the pot has a very good drainage system as waterlogging has adverse effects.

Clay pots can help maintain a healthy root system.

Pest Control

Juhi plants are prone to spider mites, which can be tackled with horticultural oil or neem oil.

Nematodes munch away at leaves and can cause wilting, which can be stopped by using a soil drench with an appropriate insecticide.




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