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Question for Jeff

Posted by dlhl z6 TN (My Page) on
Fri, May 22, 09 at 16:39

Jeff, you gave me a Jasmine plant at the Spring 2008 MTPS. Do you happen to remember what kind it is? Also, do you know if cuttings from it can be rooted in water?

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RE: Question for Jeff

It's Winter Jasmine and it blooms Winter. :-)

I have no idea about cuttings but I'd take a stab at it regardless.

RE: Question for Jeff

  • Posted by dlhl z6 TN (My Page) on
    Fri, May 22, 09 at 22:08

Great - thanks Jeff! I'll let you know how the cuttings turn out.

RE: Question for Jeff

Probably, if it has a woody stem, it will root better in some light potting soil kept moist in a spot with indirect light.

Is this one Carolina Jessamine, Jeff - or is it an actual jasmine?

RE: Question for Jeff

Beats me, I got it from Lavonne's Mom!

RE: Question for Jeff

He's probably talking about winter jasmine, Jasminum nudiflorum. It looks a lot like forsythia when it blooms.

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