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HAVE: for Lake Tapps trade-honeysuckle

Posted by treepalm z8WA (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 15, 04 at 13:36

My friend was trimming her honeysuckle and found some areas that had rooted. She potted them up for the trade. They may be 'Halls'.

She is looking for:

Aster - Monch
Baptista australis
Deep blue delphinium
Chinese bellflower (Platycodon) blue or double blue
Russian sage - Longin, Little Spire
Dahila any
Turf Lily grass
Sedge Grass
Carolina Jasmine
Clematis - aramandii, Jackmanii, Niobe, the President, Sweet Autumn, Elsa Spath
Cranesbill Geranium - Brookside, Rozanne, Nimbus, Johnson Blue
Hydrangea - Annabelle, Peegee Grandiflora
Japanese painted Fern
Lilies - Asiatic, oriental(Casa Blanca)
Lily of the valley
Crocosmia -Lucifer
Bleeding heart
Euphorbia polychroma


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RE: HAVE: for Lake Tapps trade-honeysuckle

Can anyone tell me how to take a cutting and root a honey suckle for a container? FLOW.

RE: HAVE: for Lake Tapps trade-honeysuckle

If you have the honeysuckle, just take a container with some good potting soil in it, bend a young branch or two down onto it, let the tips of the branch stick up, make sure you get a node or two into the dirt, set a rock on top of the portion in the dirt, and wait for it to root.
You can dip the section that will be in the soil into some rooting hormone to help get started.

Layering is much more successful than cuttings for me.
If you need to take cuttings, dip the end of the cuttings in the rooting hormone and place in the soil. You will need to keep the cuttings humid. I often place a plastic bag over them.
See the propagation forum FACs for more info.

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