Monday, April 27, 2009

Can you grow night-blooming jasmine from a cutting?

If so, what is the best way to do this?

Can you grow night-blooming jasmine from a cutting?
Buy some root hormone from home depot or a nursery wet the end of the cutting dip it in the root hormone then carefully plant it wherever you want it and make sure the soil stays damp, also cover it like a greenhouse effect so it'll keep moist and protect it from full sun until it takes a good root . I'll take about a week for the hormone to help the root process, but if done right it'll defineately work evertime!
Reply:don't see why not. Take 2 cuttings. Try one in soil with rooting hormone, the other in a clear container of water. When you see new leaves (soil) you have roots. You'll see the water start roots. good luck

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