Is it normal for jasmin to have dried branches?

miranda43March 3, 2007

Hi! Do you think it's normal for my jasmin to have dried up top branches at this time of year or is it dying? I keep it in a pot on the balcony together with a rynchospermum which looks healthy. Do you have any ideas?

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mersiepoo(6)

Well, not sure where you are growing it, what type it is, etc, but I was having trouble with mine since winter (we have a cold house), I think I overwatered it, plus it was in a draft, and it lost all it's leaves. The stems are still green (but some of the stems are drying up at the ends too), so I cut down on the watering. (See my original post does my jasmine want a divorce- jimshy gave me some good advice, might help with your plant problem too).

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