Will Salvia Greggi root in water?

Teresaw(z7 TX)April 25, 2005

Several stalks of my new salvia were broken off at the base by my cat. I immediately placed them in a vase with water hoping that they will root. I purchased this particular plant at the Lady Bird Johnson Native plant sale a few weeks ago. Has anyone rooted these in water or should I put rooting enzyme on them and place them in potting soil?

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Won't root for me in water - rots too easy.

    Bookmark   April 25, 2005 at 7:21PM
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I have put mine in seed starting soil in a container out of full sun and have rooted them. I have used both rooting hormone and not. They break so easily :(

    Bookmark   April 25, 2005 at 9:19PM
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