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The Best Way to Root a Jasmine Vine

by Jennifer Loucks
A jasmine vine is a woody evergreen vine that is propagated by taking hardwood cuttings during the spring dormant season before bud growth. Hardwood cuttings are taken from mature stems of the parent plant and root easily in the proper growing conditions. Jasmine vine hardwood cuttings may take two ...

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    In north west Tasmania, the instructions for this are: 1. prune honeysuckle in autumn; 2. miss several small pieces when clearing up; return in spring to find one large bush with 25 smaller honeysuckle plants growing underneath it. Honestly, as long as it's frost tolerant and the possums don't eat it you can grow pretty much anything here simply by dropping it on a patch of bare earth.

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    Sounds like great growing conditions, Fiona! I know some varieties can be invasive, but hard to resist for their hardiness and hummingbird attraction!

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