How to space jasmine — Jasmine should be planted at least 8 feet, sometimes more depending on variety, apart to accommodate for its future root growth, as it will grow tremendously and does not like to be crowded.
Delicate and dainty with small flowers, jasmine is known around the world for its unique tropical smell and pretty blossoms that attract bees.
Help keep trained jasmine clean and tidy by snipping stems that are growing away from the plant.
Jasmine Plant Care Jasmine is not particularly hard to care for, but it does require some attention in the beginning and needs regular feeding and pruning.
The exact type of jasmine you plant, in addition to climate and other conditions, will determine how much sun a plant needs.
How deep to plant — Dig a hole for the jasmine that is just deep enough so the plant will rest at the same level in the ground as it was when it was in the pot.