hi everyone - I bought this jasmine hoop for inside my house, now it's finished flowering would it be ok to plant it outside or?
many thanks in advance
I agree with Aym. This may well be a less hardy variety - I would only put it outside during ghe months of June to September.
from the leave and flower, it's the tough common jasmine. I've got one growing in the sunny part of garden in Midland. Keep in indoor until replanting in May/june.
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The common one is deciduous though, isn't it? I have an evergreen one which looks just like this. I've had it in a container for years and put it outside in the summer and bring it in again in the winter. It usually flowers again just in time for Christmas, though it was a bit late this year. It's also quite happy to be pruned hard if it gets too big.
Yes jasminoides officinale is deciduous, I don't think it's that. The flowers look slightly different. I would follow Aym's advice.
Hey thanks a lot for all the info and suggestions - it only cost a few £ so no major loss if it goes pear shaped, ill whack it in a pot outside once the weather has improved
one last Q tho, while im waiting for the nicer weather, ill deadhead the flowers, but is there anything else i should do to it in the meantime? pruning? a trim etc?