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P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Posted by mark4321 9b CA Sunset 15 (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 8, 09 at 21:44

Sorry to post this here--it should be on the exchange pages. However I have cuttings all set and ready to go--I pruned my vine before our freeze. They are trimmed down to just about nothing--a small 2 or 3 node cutting with just a fraction of one leaf.

I have a couple sets of 10 cuttings. I would send so many because I and others have had trouble rooting these in the past. However I have had great luck rooting these cuttings recently--I was able to get 22/29 to root recently. So hopefully the cuttings will be enough to generate a couple plants.

Just in case, I can send a small just rooted cutting along with the unrooted ones.

Here is a link that might be useful: Other post on rooting P. membranacea


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Could you tell me how hardy this species is. I live in NC in Z-7 and would be intersted if you think they will survive. Thanks, Mark


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

I've heard roughly 25 F. The coldest mine has gotten is 28 F the last two mornings--it has no damage. Zone 7 would be way to cold.


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Hey Mark I sent you an email. definitely interested:)


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Please send info. Very interested! Thanks!

Michele


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Michelle,

I'm out of unrooted cuttings but you should contact me. I can't contact you--you have no email listed. If it's new to you click on "my page" to find my email.


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Hey Mark,
Did you get my email?


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

Hi Passionlove,

I emailed you Sunday night. I'll try again--let me know if it doesn't make it.


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RE: P. membranacea cuttings for postage

just a note on membrancea.....mine took the heat very well....had it in almost full shade...but died at 28 degrees!


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