Answer: Your jasmine is probably suffering from transplant shock, which is common, and almost inevitable, when moving an older, established plant as it is impossible to dig the entire root system. They can take several years to come back. I would not recommend fertilizing it, as that will "force" it to put on new growth when its energy is better spent developing a root system. Layer some compost around the plant's dripline. As it decomposes, it will add nutrients to the soil. Don't dig into the soil as you may damage roots. Good luck!
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