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How do you plant jasmine seeds?

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Jasmine seeds should be started indoors about 2 months prior to planting them in the garden. The seeds can be soaked overnight in water before planting them in pack cells that contain potting soil. Each pack cell should contain one seed, and it is then thoroughly watered.

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The pack cell or seed tray should be kept in an area that receives indirect sunlight for at least 10 hours per day. This helps to maintain the plants at a temperature of about 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The seeds can be kept moist by misting them with water.

The seeds can germinate in about a month. The tiny plant is replanted into a flower pot when it reaches a height of nearly 3 inches. It should be kept indoors until the outside soil temperature is between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit. The young plant is then transplanted to the garden. Plants should be spaced more than 50 inches apart and planted at a depth of 6 inches. The plants needs to be watered two to three times per week.

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