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Native to Africa, this woody-stemmed twining vine is known for its fragrant white starry-cluster blossoms and green leather-like foliage. Although Stephanotis isn’t fast-growing, its vines can reach lengths of 20 feet. This tropical plant loves moisture and grows well in bright indirect sunlight.
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Stephanotis is a flowering vine plant known for its white clusters of funnel-shaped blooms and leather-like foliage. Also known as Madagascar Jasmine, this plant vine can grow up to 15 to 20 feet and is commonly placed around a fence or trellis. This tropical plant is very fragrant and isn’t quite fast-growing compared to other vines. Although not common, Stephanotis has the ability to grow small pear-sized fruits - although, it’s not recommended for eating.
Stephanotis, also known as Hawaiin Wedding Flower, enjoys bright indirect sunlight. It’s also drought-tolerant, although its soil requires constant moisture for its tropical nature. When it comes to air quality, the more moisture the better - this twining vine doesn’t like dry air. If you live in a warmer climate, this plant is perfect for you.
- Woody-stemmed twining vine
- Native to the tropical woodland in Africa
- Moisture and humidity loving plant
|Mature Height:||15 to 20 Feet|
|Mature Width:||1 to 2 Feet|
|Sunlight:||Bright, indirect sun|
|Habit:||Twinning vine, upright|
|Soil Condition:||Moist, well-drained soil|
|Water Requirements:||High watering|
|Uses:||Used on a trellis or alongside fence|
How to Care for Stephanotis Trellis
When should I fertilize Madagascar Jasmine?
We recommend fertilizing Stephanotis at least once a month during the growing season, and advise against fertilizing during the winter. This twining vine should be fertilized with half-strength solution and should be misted regularly. A general-purpose fertilizer for indoor planting will do.
What is the best soil for Stephanotis?
We recommend planting your Madagascar Jasmine in nutrient rich soil that retains moisture. The tropical plant requires constant moisture, but well-drained soil to avoid soggy roots. While this plant is drought tolerant, its soil should be kept moist for the best growing results.
How do I water Stephanotis?
We recommend watering Stephanotis regularly during the spring and summer growing season. Due to this twining vine’s tropical nature, keeping it properly hydrated is key for the best growing results. You can even place the pot on a humidity tray to ensure moisture when placed indoors. During the winter, Stephanotis doesn’t require as much water, but be sure to keep this plant in temperatures around 55 degrees Fahrenheit. We recommend misting your plant regularly for additional moisture.
What is the best light for Hawaiin Wedding Flower?
Due to its tropical nature, Hawaiin Wedding Flower enjoy ample amounts of indirect sunlight. Be sure to avoid placing this vine in direct sunlight which can result in damaged blooms and dried out foliage. Many experienced gardeners recommend giving this plant morning light (east-facing window) to increase blooms.