rooting Calibrachoa cuttings???

kwyet1(z6 CT)March 9, 2008

Hi,

I didn't have time last fall to take apart a flowering basket in which I wanted to save a Pelargonium. So, I overwintered it in my basement. SURPRISE...my million bells from last year is sprouting at the tips!! If I cut off the green tips...is there some way I can root them??

Thanks,

Linda

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calistoga_al ca 15 usda 9

You can root tip cuttings of about 4 inches. The humidity will need to be close to 100% until they root. Either Mist or tenting will do it. Al

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