Transplanting asian jasmine? - Knowledgebase Question

River Ridge, Lo
Question by parrfamco
April 15, 2010
Can I dig up clumps of Asian Jasmine out of a very thick existing bed of it and successfully transpant in another area of my yard into new garden soil? --Note; All is in a shady area under a huge old oak tree.

Answer from NGA
April 15, 2010


You should be able to dig out a clump with a shovel, divide it into several smaller pieces and transplant them. As long as each division has both roots and stems attached, each will grow into a new plant. Best wishes with your project.

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