Gardenia Plant. Gardenias are warm climate plants which are at their best in a mild, humid climate. In order to grow this gardenia, you should make sure the plant has plenty of sunshine, as with any other plant.
It can grow up to 2.5 metres high and produces larger flowers compared to other gardenia varieties and cultivars. Gardenias can be grown in beds, but growing them in containers allows the plants to be moved to more suitable seasonal sites and makes it easier to control pests. Africa & asia gardenia plant arrives budding and ready to bloom typically between may and september designed in a 6h slate textured pot with copper rim available in two sizes:
Gardenias can be grown in beds, but growing them in containers allows the plants to be moved to more suitable seasonal sites and makes it easier to control pests.
The gardenia likes high humidity. We carry southern living plant collection, flowerwood, national plant network and more. The gardenia is very sensitive to temperature changes, so keep it away from air conditioning, heat vents, and drafty windows.
6 to 8 hours of bright light is enough for an indoor growing gardenia plant.
The plant prefers 70ᵒf (21°c) during the day and 60 to 65ᵒf (15 to 18°c) at night. They are seen to perfection in frost free areas north of sydney and perth but will grow in adelaide and melbourne in a warm spot. Yellowing and dropping of gardenia leaves have several possibilities… from a nutritional deficiency, low humidity.
Gardenia 'veitchii' is a fragrant patio container plant or arranged in the landscape where the plant hardiness zone is above 8.
So, it can be an ideal fit for bordering or designing spectacular landscapes. Designed in a 6h slate textured pot with copper rim. Gardenias prefer acidic soil with a ph between 5.0 and 6.0.
Gardenias grown indoors need 6 to 8 hours of bright, indirect sunlight through a window.
Prune to remove spent blooms after flowering. Potted gardenias have an arresting stature when growing in porches and patios. All gardenia varieties need warmth to thrive, this does not mean full sun.
Fertilize yearly with an acid fertilizer.
Gardenia plant diseases & pests. The gardenia plant (gardenia jasminoides) produces fragrant flowers and handsome foliage making it a great addition to any garden. Gardenias are a versatile landscaping plant, from low growing border plants, to hedges through to feature plants, standards, and potted specimens.