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Posted by sixvern none (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 8, 12 at 8:43

New; I'm Vern from ottumwa iowa zone 5.Im 64 and retired after 50 years of bricklayng.
new to propagation and so far from what i been reading i must be doing it right.ha
I'm propagating all kinds of stuff .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEEZhIyzw4Y&feature=plcp&context=C3cba8e6UDOEgsToPDskLgAgV08iqAvNWs8jDLlSL
sorry about the fogy voice but it is winter


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Hi Vern!

I'm Kris from Omaha. Gardenweb doesn't have a Nebraska forum, so I figure that Iowa is closest to the growing conditions here.

Nice propagation setup! I've managed to do cotoneaster, lavender, weigela, euonymus, and a few others. My rose of sharons rooted but then died off when I tried to transplant them. Other things I've tried and had trouble with are junipers, russian sage, and artemesia.

I have a mist propagator--is it a decent time of year to do cuttings now?


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