GROW JASMINE/MOGRA FROM CUTTINGS EASILY AT HOME FAST N EASY METHOD-100% SUCCESS RATE DAIZZ'S TIP:-Jasmine is a popular plant that grows in most climates around the world and there are different varieties. They are native to Europe, Africa, and Asia, and grow well in warm climates. Jasmine can be easily propagated through cuttings.Start by taking a cutting from a plant when there are no flowers on it. Ideally, this should be done in late summer to early fall. Using sharp Secateurs/pruning shears, take a 6 or 8 inch section of jasmine stem. Make the cut at a 45 degree angle at the bottom.
Remove the bottom leaves to leaf nodes. Then dip the cut end of the cutting into honey/rooting powder. Press the cutting into the potting soil(60% garden soil+20% organic compost+20% fine sand) you can also take vermiculite or perlite instead of stand. Plant the cutting at a depth of 2 to 2.5 inch.
Place the pot in indirect sunlight and keep the potting mix little moist at all times for healthy growth
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