I have two young night blooming jasmine plants. They are about 8-9 inches...

Asked January 10, 2015, 9:11 AM EST

I have two young night blooming jasmine plants. They are about 8-9 inches tall. I took two stems from a mature plant that a friend of mine has and planted them. Right now the leaves on both plants are very wilted and transparent. They were left outside overnight in very cold temperatures for a couple nights. What can I do to save them?

Baldwin County Georgia

1 Response

Having wilted leaves that are transparent is a typical response to cold. We assume that you have brought your plants indoors. When the soil is dry, water. Otherwise wait and see what happens. Sometimes you can be lucky and the plant will regrow. vw