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Karyn is right about vitifolia

Posted by pollywoggin 10a (ginodiavonti@gmail.com) on
Wed, Apr 1, 09 at 16:03

I have been reading through the old posts, as you well know, trying to learn about these lovely flowers :)
I ran across one where Karyn had said that "vitifolia" and another passiflora; would easily root in water. yesterday I tried a cutting similar to the way explained here, and it might make it, I know how cuttings are...but when I tried Karyn's "water in a jar" (I added superthrive to it) it has not wilted one iota! And it's been in there as long as the "soil based cutting"
Thanks K :)...this might work out
Nicci


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RE: Karyn is right about vitifolia

Some passies are super easy to root in water, especially with bottom heat and I have no problems transitioning them to soil. Good luck with your cuttings.


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RE: Karyn is right about vitifolia

I've found that Caerulea roots easily in water, but most other kinds have not for me.

~Chills


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