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Tips to Increase Number of Flowers on Your Mogra Plant

By practicing these simple strategies, you can get the most number of flowers on your jasmine (Mogra) plant.

Kritika Madhukar
Place Mogra in direct sunlight for better growth
Place Mogra in direct sunlight for better growth

Mogra flowers, commonly known as Jasmine flowers, are not only beautiful, but they also have a wonderful fragrance. These flowers bloom most of the year, including during the rainy season. We discovered that only putting one mogra plant in the house makes the entire house smell nice and fragrant. 

Follow these simple procedures to get the most blossoms from your Mogra plant.

Location 

Place Mogra in direct sunlight. If you have an indoor Mogra plant, you must leave it outside for 5 to 6 hours for sunshine; if you only leave it outside for 1 to 2 hours, you will not get enough blossoms.

Avoid Plastic Pots

Never store your mogra plants in plastic containers. Planting a Mogra plant in a plastic container is not recommended since the pot heats up, harming the roots and drying the plants.

Providing Nourishment to Mogra Plant

Mogra is a heavy feeder that consumes a lot of nutrients.

As a response, you must mix 50 percent cow dung with the soil while planting it for vermicompost. Manure should be added to your pot once a month. In addition, when preparing the soil for planting, you must use 50 percent cow dung, 15 percent sand, 10 percent cocopeat, and the remaining garden soil.

Add Epsom Salt 

Pour one teaspoon of Epsom salt into two liters of water and then into the soil of the plant. Spraying it with a spray bottle would be ideal. It would work like magic if you just sprayed it on and waited. After 15 days, you'll be surprised to see a lot of mogra blooms on your plant.

Prevent Your Plant from Drying Out

If you want to save your mogra plant from the scorching sun, you must be careful not to allow the soil to dry up. Since your plant is exposed to light throughout the day. It is critical that you water it on a regular basis. However, you should be careful not to overwater the plant

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