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Perennials: Pink Jasmine

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(Zone 9a)

May 14, 2001
7:58 PM

Post #4850

I live in central CA in Zone 9, and was wondering if I can prune my Pink Jasmine, and when would be the best time to do it. Mine just finished blooming, and I would really like to prune it back severely. I dont know much about this plant, and I don't want to kill it. Any suggestions, Anyone? Thanks for your help!!
Troy, VA
(Zone 7a)

May 18, 2001
10:15 PM

Post #75483

Ladyhawke - here is a link that might be halpful.

(Zone 9a)

May 19, 2001
10:09 PM

Post #75696

Great Site! Thanks Louisa and Karma for your help and input. I won't cut it back to hard, but will trim it up to make it look a little neater. Right now, it looks like a rambling mess. Thanks again!


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