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grafting adeniums

Posted by souradeep1982 none (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 24, 13 at 12:40

hi friends,
i am a new member of gw. i live in india (calcutta).i want to learn how to graft adeniums.can multiple grafts be made on a single stock.if yes how.looking forward to your posts.

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RE: grafting adeniums

Hello, souradeep.

Here's a link where it's been discussed before. Short answer is yes there can be multiple grafts. I guess as for the technique depends on the style of grafting you prefer like a v-graft or flat graft. Hope this helps and gives you some ideas you are looking for.

I'm trying to find another link that shows some of Marie's multi-grafted adeniums. She has an amazing collection.


Here is a link that might be useful: Question on multi color grafted adeniums

RE: grafting adeniums

Yes, Marie has some wonderful multi grafts and has grafted many singles aslo.
I have seen multi grafts done one 1 root stock (caudex).
They where two scions (Cleft graft) grafted onto 1 terminal stalk.
I think I prefer the type I have seen with multiple flat grafts done on lateral branches with different colors.
Personal preference I quess.
David Clulow has a wonderful and descriptive site on grating and I am not able to put my finger on it at this time. May find by googling it.

RE: grafting adeniums

thanks to both of will be great if you can suggest any site with photos of step by step procedure.

RE: grafting adeniums

Here is the David Culow I think Rick is talking about.


Here is a link that might be useful: Grafting by David Culow

RE: grafting adeniums

that was really usefull.

RE: grafting adeniums

souradeep1982 , here you will find how Maria made her grafts.

Here is a link that might be useful:Result of last year grafts.

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