bonsai propagation:Winter jasmine

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bonsai propagation:Winter jasmine

Post  giangus on Mon Dec 26, 2011 9:47 am

Hello to all IBC members,

The winter jasmine (Jasminum nudiflorum) is native to China and it is also one of the first plants to announce the arrival of spingtime in your back yard. In bonsai-penijng, the winter jasmine is often cultivated for its strong root system, that we can associate with rocks.

The propagation of the winter jasmine is pretty easy. We can reproduce the jasmine at any moment of the year. At this time of the year, I often propagate the winter jasmines by cuttings. I just prepapre the cuttings and put them into a moist soil with sand and wait till end of March to plant the rooted cuttings in the field to accelerate their growth for a few years.


Winter jasmine cuttings


A moist soil mixed with sand to maintain the freshness of the jasmine cuttings


2 years old winter jasmine field growth


small bonsai penjing compositions to celebrate the end of wintertime.


Small winter jasmines from my studio Lotus Bonsai.

Happy holidays,
Giang
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Re: bonsai propagation:Winter jasmine

Post  Klaudia & Martin on Tue Dec 27, 2011 5:27 pm

Very nice I really like the idea!
We have a jasmin ourselves in the garden. I should have a look and maybe airlayer a branch!

Kind regards
Martin

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Re: bonsai propagation:Winter jasmine

Post  giangus on Tue Dec 27, 2011 7:38 pm

Thank you Martin,
The winter jasmine has a very slow growth. However, with time, we have great bonsai jasmine trees.


4 years old winter jasmine with my unglazed 7X7x3cm pot





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Giang
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