A striking houseplant which also limelights as an Annual, this Jasmine shows off small, glossy leaves whose dark green are splashed with buttery yellow variegation. It's zoned for USDA Zones 7b-11, and while Niagara can sometimes fit, any true cold winter weather will kill quickly off this plant. Better to keep it inside once it starts getting colder, so as to enjoy this beautiful plant for even longer.
Water: Prefers evenly moist, but not soggy soil. Allow top few inches of soil to dry out between deep waterings, and allow excess water to drain out and away from the plant.
Light: Does best when provided with lots of bright, indirect sunlight.
Soil: A loose, aerated, well draining potting soil is best.
Humidity: Can fair in standard temperatures, but definitely benefits from sitting on a pebble tray or a daily misting.
Fertilizer: Throughout growing season, fertilize once a month using a balanced, water soluble houseplant fertilizer.