Madagascar jasmine Stephanotis 'Fleur Parfum' white

Stephanotis floribunda 'Fleur Parfum'

Madagascar jasmine Stephanotis 'Fleur Parfum' white

Stephanotis floribunda 'Fleur Parfum'
Just like stars!
A slow climber. With wonderfully fragrant, white flowers. The flowers are shaped like tubes and look just like little stars. The Madagascar jasmine 'Fleur Parfum' (Stephanotis floribunda) is also used in wedding bouquets. So this is a special plant to have in your home!
Madagascar jasmine likes to be in a bright spot. But is best if they are shielded from the brightest midday sun. Don't water it until the soil feels dry to the touch.
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Specifications:
Latin name: Stephanotis floribunda 'Fleur Parfum'
Delivery type: Delivered as plant in nursery pot
Guarantee: 6 months growth and flowering guarantee
Color: White
Preferred location: Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer: Yes
Leafs all year: Yes
Hardy plants: No
Self polinating: No
Edible: No
Scented: Deliciously Scented
Grafted: No
Cutting flowers: Yes
Growing Height: 45 - 60 cm
Planting+

You have a number of options upon receipt of your Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis).

  • Cover the base of an attractive planter with potsherds or a layer of hydro pellets. A pot with holes in the base on a dish is preferable. Stand your Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis) in the planter, nursery pot and all. Water immediately.
  • Remove from the nursery pot and pot up your Stephanotis to a nice planter with holes in the base and standing on a dish. Cover the holes in the pot with potsherds or a layer of hydro pellets. Add fresh potting compost and stand the root ball of the Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis) at the correct height in the pot. Fill the pot with more compost (to around 3 cm below the edge of the pot) and press firmly down. Water immediately.
  • Stand it in an attractive planter with no holes in the base - have a layer of potsherds under the pot itself and ensure that it does not stand in water.
  • Just stand your plant on a dish, still in its nursery pot.

The best spot for your Madagascar Jasmine

The most perfect spot for your Stephanotis floribunda is:

  1. Somewhere with lots of light but is protected from the full blast of the midday sun. Mornings and evenings are not a problem and will even be appreciated! About 3 metres from the window would probably be ideal.
  2. Somewhere warm - between 18 and 23 degrees centigrade. If you have underfloor heating, so much the better. Standing your Stephanotis above a radiator is not a good idea as your plant will dry out all the quicker with a resulting loss of leaf or leaves that turn brown.

Care+

Water your Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis) weekly to keep it growing continuously but do water sparingly as it does not appreciate being too wet - water only when the potting compost feels dry to the touch and even less after flowering is over. Feed 2x a month (March-August) with plant food for green plants.

The Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis) has a natural dormant period in November/December. Stand it somewhere cooler then (12-15°C) - perhaps an unheated bedroom. Feed (for flowering plants) and water again in January. The dormant period is used to form new buds.

Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis) is not bothered too much by the dry atmosphere of our living rooms.

Do not turn the plant - buds are liable to drop if you do.

Extra+

Stephanotis floribunda is an easily grown, strong houseplant. The thick, leathery leaf is a shiny green. It is practically speaking a succulent and requires very little watering.

Madagascar Jasmine / Bridal Veil (Stephanotis) is a tropical plant from Madagascar and is used as decorative outdoor planting in the tropics. In our temperate climes it makes a wonderful and popular house plant. The numerous flowers have a delicious fragrance!

Stephanotis is classified as one of the Apocynaceae.

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