Begonia grisea, help me save it.

jwaruch(z5 NY)June 21, 2009

As best I can figure out I have a Begonia grisea as a house plant. I daughter flipped the pot over and the plant is in rough shape. Is it possible to reroot the plant with rooting hormone? Any tips? Any suggestions?

How could I go about saving a portion of the plant as only a small part of the plant is attched to the original roots?

Thanks so much for your help..

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brandon7 TN_zone(7)

Sorry no one responded quickly. This forum doesn't always have the traffic to produce quick answers. Maybe/hopefully you got an answer on another forum?

I don't have "the" answer for you, but I think there is a high likelihood of your plant regrowing from the root system if you replanted that. I guess there's no need to contemplate ways to propagate the stems at this late time. Let us know your results.

    Bookmark   June 25, 2009 at 4:51PM
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