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Question: Jasmine propagation

HELLO I'M CLAUDIO I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW, AND WHEN TO BE ABLE TO REPRODUCE THEM MY JASMINE AND MY TRACHELEOSPERMUM.

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Answer: Jasmine propagation

Dear Claudio,

Thank you for contacting us regarding the questions of your plants, through the expert's heading of "G Gardening.it". The jasmines belong to the botanical family of Oleacee and in the Jasminum genus there are numerous species with different aspects: deciduous leaves to persistent and flowers of various colors. They are widespread throughout the globe in the warm temperate zone and one of the few common features is that of having a sarmentose bearing and tubular flowers with 5 or more expanded lobes which, when opened, emit a penetrating and unmistakable fragrance.

Rhyncospermum or Trachelospermum belong to the botanical family of Apocinaceae and in the genus are included evergreen climbing shrub plants similar to jasmine with flowers of various colors. Their cultivation does not pose big problems, so much so as to be defined rustic towards the soil and for drought resistance, not

the same is true of temperatures, excesses of water and desires on average sunny positions. With regard to multiplication, these plants can be reproduced by cutting and offshoot. The best method is believed to be by cuttings. A piece of semi-woody branch, 7-10 cm long, is taken in the period August-September and is positioned in a box filled with peat and sand. To encourage rooting, the use of rooting powders is recommended. When the cuttings have formed the roots, they are picked and potted one by one in jars with a diameter of about 10 cm ...

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