Scented Motia dwarf is also known as mogra and Arabian jasmine, the plant is quite popular among the urban and rural population of South Asia. Moreover, the beautiful flowers and the scent it has a perfect combination that makes you feel as the environment is filled with positivity and goodness. The plant can be propagated by stem cuttings of almost mature wood of old plants. The cuttings are raised in nursery beds and planted in pots after one year. The plant can be also propagated by layering, commonly ground layering. The best time to propagate by layering commonly ground layering. In the blooming season of summer and monsoon, the Mogra flowers come in phases. Also, each phase of flowering lasts for around seven days during which the blossoms appear profusely.
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