rooting sinningia Aurora Borealis leaves

Misty4hOctober 8, 2013

Can anyone tell me the best way to try rooting sinningia leaves. I have leaves from Aurora Borealis. Thanks a lot.

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irina_co(z5 CO)

Very light soil - shredded sphagnum moss will work too- barely moist - keep it covered under the lights or on the non-sunny window. Angel cake container can keep your solo cups with leaves covered. And have patience.

Good Luck

irina

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