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Question: Jasmine propagation
SALVE SONO CLAUDIO I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW HOW, AND WHEN I CAN REPRODUCE MY JASMINE AND MY TRACHELEOSPERMUM TO THE BEST.
Answer: Jasmine propagation
We thank you for contacting us about the questions of your plants, through the "" expert's column. The Jasmines belong to the botanical family of Oleacee and in the genus Jasminum are included numerous species with different aspects: leaves from deciduous to persistent and flowers of various colors. They are widespread throughout the globe in the warm temperate zone and one of the few common characteristics is that of having a sarmentose growth habit and tubular flowers with 5 or more expanded lobes which, when opened, give off a penetrating and unmistakable fragrance.
The Rhyncospermum or Trachelospermum belong to the botanical family of the Apocinacee and in the genus are included evergreen shrub-like climbing plants similar to jasmines with flowers of various colors. Their cultivation does not pose major problems so as to be defined as rustic with respect to the soil and for resistance to drought, not
likewise it is with regard to temperatures, water excesses and desires average sunny positions. With regard to multiplication, these plants can be reproduced by cuttings and offshoots. The best method is believed to be by cuttings. A piece of semi-woody branch, 7-10 cm long, is taken in the August-September period and is placed in a box filled with peat and sand. To encourage rooting we recommend the use of root powder. When the cuttings have formed the roots, they are picked up and potted one by one in jars with a diameter of about 10 cm ...