Instructions for the Jasmine Topiary
The Jasmine Topiary will do best with lots of light, but avoid overly hot sunny windows. Keep it away from heat vents and cold drafts.
Water: Keep soil moist but not soggy.
Fertilizer: None is required while blooming. Use all-purpose, water-soluble fertilizer during the summer.
With proper care, jasmine can be enjoyed for years. It needs cooler temperatures to set bud, so it will not bloom if it's always kept indoors. To encourage rebloom, move the plant outdoors for the summer and keep it in a protected site. Before themperatures drop to 32 degrees F., move the plant indoors fopr the winter.
If you live in USDA zones 9 or 10, you can grow jasmine outdoors. The plant can survive temperatures down to about 20 degrees F., but only the roots may survive. If this happens, cut off dead branches in the spring. New shoots should emerge when with warm temperatures.