Jasmine bonsai can be grown from seed but it’s best to start your plant by purchasing one that has already been trained to a bonsai container. This will ensure your plant can handle the unique conditions of bonsai growing.
Jasmine bonsai performs best when grown in high light conditions. If you grow it outdoors (something that is possible in most climates in the late spring and summer), just be sure to bring it indoors when temperatures drop below 45 degrees. Inside, your bonsai jasmine will thrive in front of a sunny window.
During the winter, it’s best to place your plant on a window that has southern exposure. Four to six hours of sunlight per day is ideal.
Sunlight: Full sunlight
Flowering Time Length: Continuously when grown indoors
Lifespan: 100+ years
Scientific Name: Trachelospermum jasminoides