Choose a location in your garden that receives full to partial sun when planting your pink jasmine staked. so the soil should be well-drained. Remove the plant from its container by digging a hole twice the size of the root ball. Backfill the hole with soil, making sure to tamp it down firmly to remove any air pockets. Soil should be well-draining. Water thoroughly after planting.
When it comes to care, Pink Jasmine enjoys a good drink of water, but don't overdo it. Allow the soil to dry slightly before watering once more. During the growing season, fertilize your staked Jasminum polyanthum every 4-6 weeks with a balanced fertilizer.
Pink Jasmine plants appreciate some pruning, so feel free to give yours a trim if it becomes overgrown. The spent flower stems can look a little unsightly but a quick shearing or pruning will tidy up the plant. Best to prune after blooming in spring.
Plant your Staked Pink Jasmine next to a structure or use a trellis form to provide the vine with the support it requires as it grows. Use ties or wires to support your Pink Jasmine vine.
Best in full sun in coastal gardens but will appreciate some afternoon shade in hot, dry inland climates.