Answer: Jasmine is a relatively slow grower, and tends to put on most of its growth during spring and summer. You might move it into the next size pot and give it a water soluble fertilizer according to the label instructions. When it becomes crowded, move it up again but only a pot size at a time. The plants do well in partial or dappled shade outdoors and enjoy the humidity in summer. Be careful to acclimate it to the outdoors gradually and avoid leaving it outside on cold nights under about 50 degrees. Moderate to bright light is fine for this plant indoors during the winter.
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