Identification: night blooming jasmine

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  1. MoRamez

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    Hi
    I am living in Langley BC and seriously looking for night blooming jasmine (cestrum-nocturnum-night-scented-jasmine)to buy.
    I contacted with many nursery in Vancouver, but none of them had this plant and told me maybe end of April will provide for me but they are not sure.
    It will be kind of you to help me to find this plant.
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    Mo
     
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    Junglekeeper Contributor 10 Years

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    This plant can be ordered online but you should not have any trouble sourcing it locally, though I don't know of its availability at this time.
     
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    Thanks Junglekeeper
     
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    Thanks Junglekeeper, I'll let you now the result.
     
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    Hi Junglekeeper, I went to the Wing Wong's Nursery and bought Night blooming jasmine. thank you.
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    it is look like night blooming jasmine but I am not 100% sure. do you have any idea?
     

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    It has the same look as the ones I've seen before. The owner of the nursery confirmed it when I asked.
     
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    The following information is from another thread. You may want to keep it in mind.
     
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    Hello! Not sure if this is coming to you late and you've already purchased one. There are Night Blooming Jasmines in Surrey at 99 Nursery and Florist :)
     
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    Hello, I greatly appreciate you.
     
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    Hi,
    recently I saw some black or white spots on my Night Blooming Jasmine's leaves and some leaves became yellow and curly.
    is there any treatment for this problem?
     
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    Could you attach a close-up photo of the leaves? Are all leaves affected or just a portion?
     
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    hi
    please see following two photos:
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    I cleaned the leaves with soapy water but I am not sure it helps me.
    Thanks
     

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    Can't make out any detail of the leaves from the photos. The deformed leaves may be the result of a nutrient deficiency or a pest like aphids. Do you fertilize the plant? Was there any stickiness on the leaves?
     
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    Thanks, Junglekeeper!
    I did not fertilize the plant, please let me know which kind of fertilizer is suite for this plant and how much fertilizer should I use and what is the period of fertilizing.

    Thanks again
     
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    You should be fertilizing so it wouldn't hurt to start. You'll have to do some research to determine the proper one to use. The cause of the problem is more likely to be a pest if there's detritus on the leaves.
     
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