Mandevilla Aerial Roots?

blackdoveJuly 23, 2012

I tried cuttings to propagate but have not been successful.

HOWEVER. I noticed my mandevillas today to have these leaf node growths that look like aerial roots! I think it's due to the past recent rains.

So the rooting that occurred after the rains was a surprise. The "roots" are white and the longest is about 1/2 inch long. Anybody knows how this phenomenon happens? Is there a way to artificially replicate this?

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