Beneficial for fever, inflammation of the eyes, tinnitus, jaundice, epistaxis, sore throat, viral hepatitis etc.
Soils that jasmine thrive in – Jasmine needs well-drained but moist, moderately fertile sandy loamy soil. Supports for jasmine – If planting a twining vine variety and wanting jasmine to climb, the plant will need a support structure. A trellis or fence will both work.
A full sun to light shade lover, this Gardenia is best grown in consistently moist, acidic, organically rich, well-drained soils. Although it prefers full sun, some shade is appreciated during the warmer months of the year or its leaves may scorch and its buds may fall off if they get too much sunlight.
The reasons to pick this plant are-
* Enhance the natural beauty
* spread nice fragrance
* easy to cultivate.
* not harmful at all.