Gardenia is a fragrant flowering evergreen tropical shrub plant and the foliage is dark green and glossy.
They are evergreen bushes and little trees. The leaves are inverse or in whorls of three or four, expansive, dull green and polished with a rough surface. The blossoms are singular or in little groups, white, or light yellow, with a tubular-based corolla with 5-12 flaps. Place in light to direct shade, ideally with least rivalry from tree roots. Gardenias despise root unsettling influence. Utilize compost for corrosive cherishing plants, and utilize press mixes.
The flowers are white in colour and very fragrant blooming in spring and summer, and hence used widely in gardens. It thrives best in warm and humid temperatures.
Light Preference: As it is indoor plant, it requires partly shaded light.
Water: Water the plant when soil is dry.
Soil: Loam or sandy well-drained soil.
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer.