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How To Root Pink Kalanchoes?

Posted by aveo5 10 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 9, 12 at 11:26

How do I go about planting these TINY TINY plant-lets from a 'Pink Butterfly' Kalanchoe plant? They are so small,I can barely figure out the crown from the root. I dont see a root on any of them. Someone gave me about 10 of them,but they are so small I dont know how to plant them,without the soil crushing them. The common green one is easy, it roots all over my yard, when they hit the ground. But they seem to be bigger and have roots on them when they fall off. But these dont have roots started, only like a set of the first round 'baby leaves',before the first set of TRUE leaves come out.
Is there a trick to planting them? I need some advise please.


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RE: How To Root Pink Kalanchoes?

Toss them on top of the soil - mist daily, if you can, and you should have plants in the next several months. Some bright light is recommended.


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