Can Angelonia Be Grown From Cuttings?
I love Angelonia but they are too expensive to buy more than a couple of them. They really are beautiful in the hot part of the summer and every year in early August I find myself wishing I had 10 or 20 plants; not the 1-3 plants that I usually bought in the spring (because I couldn't afford more of them).
So I'd like to know if Angelonia can be propogated by cuttings and, if so, how do I do it? I'm also wondering how long it would take for them to bloom from cuttings. And can they be overwintered?
Are seeds available to some of the Wedgewood Blue or other varieties? Or are the Serena Angelonia the only onces sold as seed?
Thanks for your help.