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Posted by isobella Z9 Florida (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 8, 05 at 22:28

I have a brunfelsia (variety ?)I think they call it Lady of the night, it has very fragant white flowers, bloomed almost all summer. Now is loaded with round yellowish berries. I would like to propagate the plant since it really has a delicious fragance.

Should I try from cuttings or seeds?


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RE: Brunfelsia

Your brunsfelsia could be americana, isola, lactea, nitida or a couple others. You can germinate by seeds or cuttings. Some are easier by seed and others do better if you do cuttings. Its hard to say not knowing which one you have.

RE: Brunfelsia

I would agree with Trini. I have Americana it is easy from seed but I have never tried cuttings. How large is the bush?

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