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How do you grow Asian jasmine ground cover?

Last Updated: 28th March, 2020

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How to Plant Asian Jasmine Ground Cover
  1. Loosen the top 6 to 8 inches of soil with a spade or cultivating fork, and remove the weeds, stones and other debris.
  2. Remove each Asian jasmine plant from its pot, loosen its roots with your fingers and dig a hole that is the same depth as the plant's root ball.

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In this manner, how do you plant Asian jasmine ground cover?

How to Plant Asian Jasmine Ground Cover

  1. Loosen the top 6 to 8 inches of soil with a spade or cultivating fork, and remove the weeds, stones and other debris.
  2. Remove each Asian jasmine plant from its pot, loosen its roots with your fingers and dig a hole that is the same depth as the plant's root ball.

Also, how far apart do you plant Asian jasmine for ground cover? Plant spacing Mass plantings of this jasmine groundcover will give the best effect. Place 4" pots about a foot apart, 1 gallon pots about 18 inches apart. You can grow this plant in a container.

Similarly one may ask, how can I make my Asian jasmine grow faster?

Spread 3 inches of organic compost on moist, well-drained soil before planting Asian jasmine. Work it in well with a shovel and hoe to a depth of 12 inches. Trim back other plants to be sure the Asian jasmine bed gets ample sun every day.

How long does it take Asian jasmine to grow?

It is native to Japan and Korea and is hardy in USDA zones 7b through 10, where it grows as an evergreen groundcover. If it is allowed to grow continuously through the winter, it will form a dense leafy groundcover within two years. If grown as a groundcover, it will reach 6 to 18 inches (15-45 cm.)

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