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How to root Night blooming Jasmine and sambac?

Posted by irish_rose_grower z7 LI NY (maureenpm00@hotmail.com) on
Sun, Apr 16, 06 at 9:21

Hi. A new friend of mine gave me healthy cuttings of these jasmine, and I have no idea of how to root these. Can anyone offer some tips?

Thanks
Maureen


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RE: How to root Night blooming Jasmine and sambac?

I successfully rooted jasmine in water, in a beer bottle. Once I saw the new roots I then planted it a pot.

Good luck.


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RE: How to root Night blooming Jasmine and sambac?

cool. I'm going to try that. Thank u


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RE: How to root Night blooming Jasmine and sambac?

When I cut back my night blooming jasmine I stuck all the cuttings in a pot of potting soil. They all rooted. Very easy.

Betty


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RE: How to root Night blooming Jasmine and sambac?

Thanks everyone, looks like 3 of the 4 are making those callus things before they root - YIPPEEE


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