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Posted by SherryMo 5 / Mo. (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 23, 04 at 15:19

Am bringing in my Jasmine plant and would like to put another plant or two in the pot that would be a good "friend" also look pretty. The jasmine is a new to me plant this year and I would love to know more about its growing needs. It is an angel wing jasmine. Thanks so much for your help.

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RE: Jasmine

Let's see.....I am thinking of a few trailing low growing type plants that should be very good company.
Plants that would also thrive in the same type of soil, water regiment and would do well in a bit less
light environment.

If you are interested here are some easy plants that I think would be good possibilities ;- Variegated Pilea,
Pellionia , Golden Pothos, Tradescantia 'Sweet Kate' and Variegated Ivy.

I would like to mention that light is the most important factor when growing Jasmine indoors. It will thrive for
a good while indoors but must have the strongest light possible or it will quickly lose it vigor.

Good Luck!

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