When to Prune Jasmine?

Answer

To prune jasmine, cut back the branches of Jasmine plant that are crossing each other or awkwardly growing out from the plant without support, or in parts that are overcrowded. The flowered stems should as well be cut back to the base at an angle. For good growth, prune every third or fourth branch.
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1 Additional Answer
Jasmine is best pruned in late summer or early autumn just after it has flowered. When pruned at this time, it is able to acquire new growth, which will be able to mature and flower by the start of the next season.
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