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The Kunda downy jasmine is an evergreen plant which bears white flowers. The flowers have a number of uses but are not as fragrant as other the other jasmines.
The Kunda downy jasmine (scientific name- Jasminum multiflorum) is an evergreen plant which bears white flowers. The flowers have a number of uses but are not as fragrant as other the other jasmines.
This plant may need to be pruned regularly to keep them in shape.
The growers should also take care to check the amount of sunlight they are getting.
The Kunda downy jasmine is moderately drought-tolerant. The soil should be kept moist during the growing season. The plant cannot tolerate soggy soil. Therefore the soil should be watered just until moist.
The plant should be kept under indirect but bright sunlight. It should be kept in a cool room under indirect sunlight. After bloom, the plant should be placed under direct sunlight at least 6 hours a day at normal room temperatures. After frost, the plants can be set outside under a shade and then gradually moved to sunlight.
The Kunda downy jasmine grows well in well-drained soil. A loamy or sandy soil is ideal.
The hole in which the saplings are to be planted should be filled partially with topsoil or organic peat moss or composted cow manure.
The pruning should be done when the necessity arises to keep the plant in shape.
The flowers are white, clustered and star-shaped which are not as fragrant as other jasmines. They appear nearly all year round and have a number of uses.
These plants are roughly 3-10 feet tall. They can be trained into vines, shrubs etc.
As the downy jasmine is a vine by nature, therefore it can be trained to cascade down walls or fences and thus be used as a beautiful addition to any garden.
Jasmine, jasmine oil or Jasmine tea are all used as a stress reliever or anti-depressants.
Jasmine tea is said to be useful in treating fevers, urinary infections etc. Jasmine oil can be used to treat skin related problems.