Perennial Sweet Pea

laurahodge(SE TN)April 25, 2008

Will sweet pea vine cuttings root in water? I cut some this morning, but dont want to wait a week or so to find out!

Gardening makes me impatient!! (ha)



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I don't know if they will root; my guess is they would. Though, I simply let my perennial sweet pea go to seed, and I get LOTS of volunteer seedlings.


    Bookmark   April 25, 2008 at 12:20PM
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