How should I prune my Jasmine?
It is best to start pruning after a few years have passed. The ideal time to prune is in March when you can completely cut away its dead and damaged branches. Then you can shape it by cutting its branches that are no longer flowering. You can also rejuvenate your plant by completely removing some of its main branches. This gives Jasmine plants a fresh new start.
To ten metres, depending on pruning
Evergreen or deciduous:
Vigorous pruning to keep it compact
NPK in the spring
Green-yellow, inconspicuous flower bunches
Did you know that you can also use the Winter Jasmine as a cut flower in a vase with water? Just cut the brenches before they start flowering.