Mini tagar plant

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Bring this mini tagar flowering, ornamental and medicinal plant of India to your place, it is a shrub type of plant. This old-fashioned beauty blooms profusely in spring and sparsely throughout the summer. It is low maintenance plant. A tough and hardy shrub, tagar mini plant care involves planting the growing tagar in the right area and watering it.

details & care
  • Water:               Well drainage soil
  • Light:                Bright
  • Growth Rate:      Medium
  • Air Purifying:      No
  • Pet Friendly:       Yes
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Mini Tagar Plant, and Care Guide

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Mini tagar plant

This mini plant bears small, white, scented flowers grown as an ornamental tree or hedge. It flowers throughout the year. Its leaves are glabrous and glossy. It has white bell-shaped flowers with an aromatic orange-like fragrance. 

The dark green leaves make a dramatic look for the highly fragrant cream-colored flowers. Mini tagar is closely related to Citrus and bears small orange to red fruit resembling kumquat. This shrub is usually propagated from seed.

The mini tagar is local to the Indian subcontinent and China. Although mostly found in the Eastern part of the nation, it is generally used in gardens as a supporting plant. A thick layer of lustrous green leaves allows the bush to be precisely pruned. It is even more spectacular when the bushes bloom half a month after pruning because they sprout on the new wood.

Care guide

Sunlight: Keep the mini tagar plant in place with bright direct sunlight for better growth of the plant.

Soil: Use a well-drained and fertile soil, rich in organic content.

Watering: Insert your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. When topsoil (1-2 inches) feels dry to touch, water the plant. Water frequently in the summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy seasons.

Fertilizer: During the growing season, feed the mini tagar with organic fertilizer once a month. Loosen the topsoil without disturbing the roots, this will help the plant uptake the nutrients and moisture easily.

Growing tips for tagar mini plant

  • Avoid repotting the plant immediately after receiving it. We have taken care of the plant with a better pot and rich soil.
  • For 3-7 days, keep the plant in indirect sunlight.
  • Keep checking the soil moisture.
  • Keep the plant hydrated, however, avoid overwatering it.

Additional information

Plant Name

Mini tagar plant

Common Name

Crape jasmine, Murray Exotica, Chinese box, Mock orange, satinwood.

Native Area

Southern and Eastern Indian states (Tamil Nadu and West Bengal)

Plant Size

4-8 inches

Maximum reachable height

up to 3 feet

Plant Type

Shrub, flowering plant

Placement

Outdoor

Difficulty level

Easy to grow

Bloom Time

All season

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