Are you enchanted by the exquisite beauty and intoxicating fragrance of jasmine flowers? With just a few simple steps, you can grow your own lush mogra jasmine plants and propagate them from cuttings to share their beauty with others. Let’s explore how to nurture these delightful blooms from start to finish!

🌿 Growing Mogra Jasmine from Leaves

Mogra jasmine, also known as Arabian jasmine, is prized for its fragrant white flowers and glossy green leaves. To grow mogra jasmine from leaves, start by selecting a healthy leafy stem from a mature jasmine plant. Look for a stem with several sets of leaves and a strong central stem.

Using clean pruning shears, carefully cut the stem just below a leaf node, ensuring there are at least two nodes on the cutting. Remove any leaves from the bottom node to expose it.

Fill a small pot with well-draining potting mix and moisten it slightly. Make a hole in the soil with a pencil or your finger, then insert the cut end of the jasmine stem into the hole. Gently press the soil around the stem to provide support.

Place the pot in a warm, bright location away from direct sunlight. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. You can cover the pot with a clear plastic bag or a plastic dome to maintain high humidity levels around the cutting and encourage root growth.

After a few weeks, you should start to see new growth emerging from the stem. Once the roots have developed and the plant is established, you can transplant it into a larger pot or directly into the ground.

🌱 Propagating Jasmine Plants from Cuttings

Propagation by cuttings is an easy and reliable method to create new jasmine plants that are genetically identical to the parent plant. Follow these steps to propagate jasmine plants from cuttings:

Select a healthy stem from a mature jasmine plant and cut it just below a leaf node using clean pruning shears. Remove any leaves from the bottom half of the cutting to expose the nodes.

Fill a small pot with well-draining potting mix and moisten it slightly. Make a hole in the soil with a pencil or your finger, then insert the cut end of the jasmine cutting into the hole. Gently press the soil around the cutting to provide support.

Place the pot in a warm, bright location away from direct sunlight. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. You can cover the pot with a clear plastic bag or a plastic dome to maintain high humidity levels around the cutting and encourage root growth.

After a few weeks, roots should start to develop from the nodes on the cutting. Once the roots are well-established, you can transplant the cutting into a larger pot or directly into the ground.

With patience and care, your mogra jasmine plants and propagated jasmine cuttings will grow into beautiful and fragrant additions to your garden. Enjoy the delicate blossoms and sweet aroma of these beloved flowers as they grace your outdoor space with their charm! 🌸🌿