Dracaenea Propagation (Horizontal Rooting)

davemichigan(zone 6a (SE Michigan))December 21, 2010

Has anyone tried horizontal placement of the cutting as shown in the link below?

Also, I have common dracaenea ("Lemon and Lime") and lucky bamboo. I wonder if both will work with the method shown.

Thanks in advance for any comment/suggestion.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dracaenea Horizontal Rooting

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Have used this method for Dracaenea & it was slow but worked well & gave me many new plants..... I used it in the case where there was a long stem with the leaves at the top & cut the plant near the base & removed the top (which I stuck in soil) & cut the long stem into 1 ft sections & layed on the side. Have not found a lucky bamboo plant that meets the above conditions so never tried it.

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