Kunda Plant


These are a rare combination of beautiful white star-shaped flowers and fragrances. These unique evergreen flowering plants are adorable and glorify the space. Kunda plants are best grown on balconies or garden beds. You don’t need a green rule of thumb to grow these white beauties.

details & care
  • Water:              Moderate
  • Light:                Moderate
  • Growth Rate:      Fast
  • Air Purifying:      No
  • Pet Friendly:       Yes
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Kunda Plant, and Care Guide

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Kunda Plant (downy jasmine)

Downy Jasmine is a plant with pure white flowers and a delightful aroma. The leaves of the star jasmine plant are oval in shape with a rounded base. White, clustered, star-shaped flowers bloom almost all year. The jasmine shrub is a resilient and low-maintenance plant. They won’t cause trouble for new plant parents or experienced ones. 

You can experience the beauty and appealing aura of the plant from a distance. It’s one of the most popular and attractive flowering plants in the landscape. Star Jasmine plant is best for foundation plantings, hedges, borders, and mass plantings.

Caring Tips

  • The rapid growth may necessitate regular trimming to maintain the desired height and shape.
  • In the spring, give your star jasmine a good pruning (late March to early April).
  • Star Jasmine plant will not tolerate moist potting mix, so only water when the top half-inch of the potting mix is dry.
  • When the threat of winter has passed, we recommend bringing the downy jasmine plant outside for the summer, gradually moving it from a shady to a full sun location. When the plant is dormant during the fall and winter, completely avoid fertilizing it.
  • Once established, this shrub is generally drought-tolerant, but frequent irrigation will keep it looking its best.
  • Remove any downy jasmine plant components that are dead, infected, or damaged and throw them away from the plants.
  • When your plant comes, keep it cold and place it in a window that gets good light but not direct sunlight.
  • Radiators, hot-air vents, and wood-burning stoves all contribute to the dryness of the Kunda plant.

Growing Instructions for Star Jasmine Plant

  • The Star Jasmine plant prefers indirect bright light.
  • Check the soil with your finger. When the topsoil (1-2 inches) seems dry to the touch, water your Kunda plant. 
  • The soil should be well-draining, fertile, and high in organic matter.
  • Temperatures between 16 and 30 degrees Celsius are excellent.
  • Once a month, in the main growing season, feed the downy jasmine plant with organic fertiliser.

Additional information

Plant Name

Kunda Plant

Common Name

Downy jasmine, Ban Malati, Kunda plant, star jasmine



Plant Placement


Plant Size

6-10" inches


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