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20 JASMINE FLOWER SEEDS rare exotic rambling vine fragrant plant "Orange Red"

20 JASMINE FLOWER SEEDS rare exotic rambling vine fragrant plant "Orange Red"

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INCLUDES: 20 SEEDS OF CHOICE BREED/COLOR. INSTRUCTIONS FOR GERMINATION AND CARE.

CONDITION: DRIED, ZIP SEALED AND SAFELY STORED.

Germinating jasmine seeds can be a rewarding process, but it's essential to know that not all jasmine species produce viable seeds, and the germination success rate can vary. Jasmine is commonly propagated through other methods, such as cuttings, layering, or air layering, which are more reliable and efficient for reproducing desirable traits of the parent plant. However, if you still wish to try germinating jasmine seeds, here's a general guide:

1. Seed Collection: Wait for the jasmine flowers to fade and form seedpods. The seedpods will turn brown and split open when the seeds are ready for collection. Harvest the seeds from the seedpods.
2. Seed Preparation: After collecting the seeds, clean them and remove any debris or chaff. Soak the jasmine seeds in water for 24 hours to help with germination.
3. Seed Sowing: Prepare a seed tray or small pots with a well-draining seed-starting mix. Moisten the soil lightly before sowing the seeds. Sow the jasmine seeds on the surface of the soil and gently press them into the soil, but do not cover them, as jasmine seeds require light to germinate.
4. Germination Conditions: Place the seed tray or pots in a warm location with bright, indirect light. Maintain a temperature around 70-75°F (21-24°C). Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged.
5. Seedling Care: Germination can take several weeks or even months for jasmine seeds. Once the seedlings have developed several sets of true leaves, they can be carefully transplanted into individual pots with well-draining soil. Provide them with bright light and continue to maintain appropriate moisture levels.
6. Transplanting Outdoors: Jasmine seedlings can be transplanted outdoors once they are well-established and the weather is suitable. Choose a location with full sun to partial shade and well-draining soil.

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