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Stephanotis floribunda seed


Common name Madagascar jasmine, bridal wreath, floradora
Botanical name Stephanotis floribunda
Group Evergreen climber
Flowering time May to October
Planting time April
Height and spread Up to 3-6m (10-20ft)
Aspect Greenhouse or conservatory
Hardiness Tender (10ºC min)
Difficulty Moderate


Stephanotis occasionally produce pear-like fruit 10cm (4in) long. These may take 12 months to ripen and, if necessary, can be picked and placed in a warm spot to ripen.

When the seeds are ripe, the fruit will begin to split. Ease the two halves apart to reveal a silken sheath enclosing the seeds in the centre of the fruit. Even after several months, the plume-attached seeds may be a little moist, but will soon dry when exposed to the air and can become airbourne with the slightest movement
Sow the seed fresh using a general-purpose, seed compost and maintain at 21-24°C (70-75°F). If you are unable to provide heat and good light (such as in winter), keep the seed cool and sowin April
When large enough to handle, prick out the seedlings into compost or other good potting medium



Stephanotis floribunda seed


Seeds from Stephanotis floribunda Madagascar Jasmine Waxflower, Hawaiian Wedding Flower. Its fragrant trumpet shaped blooms are in season year-round, and are a popular component of bridal bouquets. It is vigorous climber, tough stemmed, bearing dark green leathery leaves, which grow in pairs at regular intervals along the vine. Stephanotis floribunda grows best in sunny, tropical conditions, or inside. They can grow from 6-18 feet, and are widely cultivated as garden plants. Use well drained soil and fertilize once a month. A great indoor plant. Sun to part shade