Pruning Jasmine - Knowledgebase Question

La Mesa, CA
Question by nantucketpa
November 12, 1999
When is the best time of the year to prune back to the ground a star jasmine vine? The plant is severely overgrown and we would like to prune it and train it up a trellis.

Answer from NGA
November 12, 1999


It's usually best to prune in the spring, when the plant is prepared to send out vigorous new shoots. Pruning usually prompts a plant to grow. In your mild winter climate plants will continue to grow during the winter months, but you can expect a faster response to pruning if you wait until early spring.

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