Pour 2 cups or 500ml every day only when the the soil begins to dry out. Do not over-water as it leads to root-rot. Water in early morning or late evening when temperatures are cooler and direct sun will not cook off the moisture before it can seep down to the roots.
Direct or indirect sunlight 6 to 8 hours
upto 40°C. Suitable for GCC's climate
General Purpose Fertilizer or NPK Fertilizer Tabs
Crepe jasmine (also called crape jasmine) is a pretty little shrub with a rounded shape and pinwheel flowers reminiscent of gardenias.Crepe jasmine is a gorgeous shrub worthy of more use. The abundant flowers are shaped much like a pinwheel, giving this plant another of its common names — pinwheel flower. For the gardener interested in creating a wow-worthy nighttime garden, crepe jasmine fits the bill with white flowers that shine in the moonlight year-round. Crepe jasmine plants are not very demanding, and that makes crepe jasmine care a snap.
Crepe jasmine (Tabernaemontana divaricata) grows in full sun to shade, but they look best when grown in filtered shade. A shrub that that grows densely and flowers in shade is certainly something to be admired. Pruning is needed to maintain a more compact form if that is what you desire. These plants thrive in moist, well-drained soil, but grow well with minimal water once well established. Plants perform best in acidic soil; when they are planted in more alkaline soils they made need fertilizer for best results. With this in mind, it’s best to plant crepe jasmine away from concrete as the soil around concrete is usually more alkaline. If the soil is very alkaline, crepe jasmine care will include more frequent applications of fertilizer.