Can I separate a stem of Jasmine, for potting?
I have a beautiful Jasmine in a pot and I recently chopped it all back to its stems, so it grows full and thick, it's doing beautifully but there is one branch that is much longer than the rest and I would like to know if I can cut it away from the rest of the plant, for potting elsewhere. I'm moving sometime in the next two months and I want to be sure they will prosper, until I plant them in their new home...a garden at last.
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Yes, you can propagate new plants from cuttings. Here is how: