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new cutting with roots beginning along the whole cutting?

Posted by jardinerowa 10 (My Page) on
Wed, May 15, 13 at 12:51


I got cutting in the mail that I'm anxious to plant but I'm concerned as the cuttings has occasional small roots that have formed along the WHOLE cutting. Do I still just plant the first half and then hope that the cutting doesn't rot above the soil? Thanks!


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RE: new cutting with roots beginning along the whole cutting?

They will do that, just stick it in the dirt and let it go. You can plant as much of it as you want. Depending on the size of the cutting you might want to made more cuttings from it.
Tally Ho!

RE: new cutting with roots beginning along the whole cutting?

Thanks Beach,

I planted the halves of the cuttings with the most roots and they are already starting to grow leaves. I'm happy with the results. Thanks!

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