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Location: Los angeles
Posted: Jan/29/2008 5:44 PM PST
I have a black thumb. I kill plants, not intentionally, but no matter how much I talk to them or feed them or do everything, they end up dying. Recently, without really realizing, I chopped off the night blooming jasmine that by bf loved. I didn't know. He is really upset about it. I will get him a new one, but he said that I would have to take care of it. That's the price I will have to pay for my mistake. So, I need help with planting it and I need to know if the little stick that I left in the ground will ever grow back.
Thank you for reading this and helping me.
Location: Lake Champlain Valley
Posted: Jan/30/2008 8:26 AM PST
Exactly how much of the old plant is left? Does the "stick" have any leaves? Is the stick green?
Posted: Mar/30/2008 8:33 PM PST
Night Blooming Jessamine are pretty hard to kill. I would give it a while because even if the whole top is gone it will probably send up new shoots and regenerate itself.