Why Does My Jasmine Plant  Have No Fragrance?

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Jasmine plants are celebrated for their fragrant blooms, which can fill a garden with an intoxicating scent.

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Under certain environmental conditions, even aromatic jasmine varieties can lose their fragrance.

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Are you facing the same situation where your jasmine plant is flowering but has no fragrance?

Here are some key factors that can influence the fragrance of your jasmine plant:

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1. Harsh Sunlight

Harsh sunlight can be one of the reasons why your jasmine plant is not producing scent in its flowers.

2. Morning & Evening Sunlight

It requires only 3 to 4 hours of morning and evening sunlight to produce their characteristic fragrance.

3. Lack of Watering

Irregular watering frequency can lead to a loss of fragrance characteristics.

4. Watering Practices

Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. 

5. Nutrient Deficiencies

Nutrient deficiencies can lead to poor plant health and diminished fragrance.

6. Balanced Fertilizer

Jasmine plants need a balanced supply of nutrients, particularly phosphorus, potassium and micro-nutrients to thrive.

7. Banana Peel fertilizer

Applying banana peel fertilizer to your jasmine plant can boost flowering and enhance fragrance.

8. Seaweed liquid fertilizer

Using seaweed liquid fertilizer provides essential micro-nutrients to plants, enhancing flowering and fragrance.

By addressing these factors, you can enhance the fragrance of your jasmine plant and enjoy its delightful scent.