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Nycanthes arbor-tristis propagation?

Posted by sultry_jasmine_night Florida z9 (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 1, 14 at 11:35

I have had this tree for many years and I over winter it in the greenhouse and cut back hard in the spring and get many blooms.
This year I decided to try again to root some of these cuttings.
Last year none of them took. I am wondering if anyone has had any luck rooting cuttings from the Indian Night Jasmine/Nycanthes tree?

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RE: Nycanthes arbor-tristis propagation?

It looks like all my cuttings are either still alive or starting to get buds on them. I guess it must of been bad timing the last time. I am so excited that they are all going to be little trees soon!!

RE: Nycanthes arbor-tristis propagation?

Please let me know would u like to trade to trade 2 rooted cuttings for (cestrum nocturbnum)night blooming jasmine seed. I tried to grow Nycanthes without any success.
Thank you

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