- Grow in Loamy, alkaline, clay or humid soil
- Do not let the soil get soggy
- Place in sunny window 15-30 C
- Cut the tips every year to boost up branching
- Adequate water
- Fertilise in the growing season
- Prefers acidic soil PH
I'm the best of all, says the tiny madhukamini plant flaunting its delicate white flower petals. The plant is regional to the Indian subcontinent and China and has some effective traditional medicinal treatments tied with itself.
Madhukamini plant because of its orange-like aroma is also named Orange Jasmine.
Placement: Keep in places with full sun exposure like a balcony
Is madhukamini flower edible?
Small amounts can be used in some specific traditional dishes
Does the madhukamini plant give fruit?
Yes, they give fruits that turn blackish when they ripe
Why are my madhukamini flowers not blooming?
Due to drought stress caused by insufficient watering, use of excessive fertilisers or presence of excessive nitrogen in the soil.
Rich in both fragrance and resemblance this little madhukamini tree raised by Green Vedam is a huge must for your plant collection. You can also gift this tree to your loved ones to keep the scent of fondness alive.