rooting italian cypress by intermittent mist.

jblitzfickJuly 12, 2006

I'm new to intermittent mist - I've had some success w/ oleander and crape myrtle - not much w/ creeping juniper or wichita blue's. Nonetheless - has anyone here rooted italian cypress? I want to try it and would appreciate any info.

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georgez5il(z5 IL)

I usually root the junipers & other evergreen plants during the winter.... when misting is often not required. just use some bottom heat & keep the soil moist.

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