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May 17, 2018 4:05 AM CST
|I've had a Jasmine house plant for some years now and it hasn't thrived for such a long time.
It has a nice spot in a South facing window so it gets plenty of light. I water it frequently, as well as spray the leaves.
Shortly after I got it I noticed that a type of Oxalis, possibly Volcanicola, started sprouting up all in the pot with the Jasmine. I quite liked it, so I left it there. But now I'm wondering if the Oxalis might be draining all the nutrients and preventing the Jasmine from doing well?
What do you guys think?
Name: Will Creed
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May 17, 2018 5:10 AM CST
|You haven't provided a photo or much detail on how you care for your Jasmine, but it is unlikely that it is suffering because it is potted with another plant.
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