JASMINUM AURICULATUM PDF

Reviews 1 Jasminum Auriculatum Juhi is a plant of genus that are characterized by astonishing beautiful fragrant flowers. It is categorized under family Oleaceae and native to warm-temperate, subtropical and tropical regions of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. It has around species and most of its vivid varieties are found in Southeast Asia. Below is the brief information about presented plant: Jasminum Auriculatum Juhi Height : 6 to 10 inch Potting Medium : Soil mix Pot Type : 6 inch plastic pot Not only, Jasmine blossoms make a fragrant attractive addition to the home or garden, they have various medicinal uses, Jasmine is an Ayurvedic medicinal plant which is used for the treatment of wounds, skin diseases, ulcers of the oral cavity, gingivitis, headache, erectile dysfunction and eye diseases etc. Jasmine oil has anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, and sedative properties and used in treatment of depression, nervous exhaustion, stress related conditions and in child birth.

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Jasmine propagation is possible in two different ways: rooting jasmine cuttings and planting jasmine seeds. Both methods create healthy young jasmine plants that can later be transplanted into your garden. When and How to Propagate Jasmine Plants Jasmine originated in the tropics, so it will grow best when transplanted outdoors once the weather approaches summer temperatures. Find out when your local temperatures will average 70 F 21 C during the day and count back from then to determine when to start your jasmine seedlings.

Jasmine seeds Start jasmine seeds indoors about three months before your outdoor planting date. Soak the seeds for 24 hours before planting.

Fill six-pack cells with potting soil, and soak the soil completely. Allow it to drain before planting, then plant one seed in each cell. Cover the six-packs with plastic to help retain moisture and place them in direct sunlight. Keep the soil moist while the seedlings sprout. Repot seedlings when they get two pairs of true leaves, putting each seedling in a gallon-sized planter. Keep the plants indoors for at least one month after this, or grow your jasmine as a houseplant the first year before transplanting outdoors.

Make the cuttings about 6 inches long 15 cm. Strip the leaves from the bottom part of the cutting and dip it in rooting hormone powder. Place each cutting into a hole in damp sand in a planter, and place the planter in a plastic bag to hold moisture.

Keep the planter in a degree room 24 C. Roots should develop within a month, after which you can transplant the jasmine plants into potting soil to strengthen their root systems before putting them into the garden. Tips for Propagating Jasmine Jasmine is a tropical plant and loves to be kept moist at all times. After a thorough watering, allow the planter to drain, and never leave a planter sitting in a tray of water.

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Jasmine propagation is possible in two different ways: rooting jasmine cuttings and planting jasmine seeds. Both methods create healthy young jasmine plants that can later be transplanted into your garden. When and How to Propagate Jasmine Plants Jasmine originated in the tropics, so it will grow best when transplanted outdoors once the weather approaches summer temperatures. Find out when your local temperatures will average 70 F 21 C during the day and count back from then to determine when to start your jasmine seedlings. Jasmine seeds Start jasmine seeds indoors about three months before your outdoor planting date.

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