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Cuttings from a Generous GW Grower

Posted by pirate_girl Zone7 NYC (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 22, 10 at 10:02

I'm the lucky recipient of a group of Hoya cuttings, all started from a discussion about trying to find more Linearis cuttings.

I'm trying a different setup for these cuttings:

varieg. Bella on the left, Mathilde & Diptera/Vanua on right

Asstd Hoya cuttings, gift Aug. 2010


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RE: Cuttings from a Generous GW Grower

Someone had given me these ice pop trays; he uses them to start seedlings:

Asstd Hoya cuttings, rec'd Aug. 2010

Seems a handy way to keep the cuttings under control while they water root:

Asstd Hoya cuttings, rec'd Aug. 2010

Asstd Hoya cuttings, rec'd Aug. 2010

thanks again, early Birthday gifter!


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RE: Cuttings from a Generous GW Grower

That's a nifty idea for water rooting!!! What's the brand?

Carolyn


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RE: Cuttings from a Generous GW Grower

Very nice cuttings and I like the rooting set up!!!! I've had a few sets of those popsicle trays for a good number of years just sitting in the cabinet waiting for me to do something with them!! Now I know what it shall be!!!


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PG, great cuttings & set up for water rooting.


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RE: Cuttings from a Generous GW Grower

Yes, I'm really liking these popsicle trays.

Sorry, Carolyn, I see no brand name at all, I checked all the sides & underneath. I'll look again, but am guessing these aren't too hard to find.

Yes, DM619, I've had these trays sitting around for a while too. I guess I just needed a boxful of cuttings to awaken my creative propagating juices.

BTW, are you David, both poster here & vendor?


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