Deviousangell Live Jasmine is a succulent jasmine with a spicy flavor. It was created by Jasmine Miller, who owns and operates the company called Livejasmin in Encinitas, California. The Jasmine brand was created for the English market and is different from its sister Livejasmin which is marketed exclusively for the Moroccan market. The company offers an extensive variety of plants in the jasmine family including Dayle, Gerberis, Houttuynia cordata, Xeroderma santaliniana, and Moringa oleifera. The jasmine-like plant was cultivated and harvested in Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia.
The flowers are approximately two to three inches long and purple, pink, or white in color. The leaves are pungently aromatic and have an oddball appearance, resembling lemons or limes. The center stem has six pointed branches that are bushy, fleshy, and fleshy. Each small branch has tiny black flowers that are up to five inches in diameter.
The plant blooms in spring and has a fibrant blossom that doubles as a bract when it blooms. The tiny red berries have a delightful, fruity flavor. They contain about forty percent chlorophyll, which is similar to cabbage. Other important ingredients include manganese and iron oxides.
The leaves have a somewhat coarse texture and dark green colors. The whole plant is quite large, about five to six inches across and about four to five inches tall. It grows in rich soil in the coastal mountains of northern Malaysia and Sumatra. It is also known as the Queen of Cattleya and is a very hardy perennial with a heavy flow of sap.
The plant requires a moderate amount of sunlight, but can be trained for a variety of conditions. The main varieties that are cultivated are the Giant Livejasmin and the Red Livejasmin. Both plants produce fruit, blooming in June through August and the plant attains a height of about fifteen to twenty feet tall. It also produces seeds in May through August. The seeds germinate in the fall and the plants are ready to harvest by the end of July.
The most important quality of this exotic, low-growing plant is that it is resistant to some diseases. It needs about eight hours of light per day, which it gets easily in the shade. It prefers well-drained soil that is slightly acidic in nature. It likes moist soil and does not need much fertilizer.
The Red Livejasmin is prized for its exotic look and flowers, however it is also prized for the number of leafy leaves it produces. The plant blooms in May through August and has a large, bushy range of red blooms. The leaves are very large and shiny and it flowers from April to June. The leaves are about one inch long and the flowers are up to three inches in diameter.
The Giant Livejasmin is also known as the Queen of Cattleya and is an excellent choice for a full-sun garden. It prefers full sun, high soil, and well drained conditions. It is an easy plant to grow and produces large blooms in full color. The Giant has many varieties, but the Red is the most common of the various subspecies.