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Posted by kiriba 10 coastal SoCal (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 30, 10 at 15:09

Due to an error on the part of the grower (that would be me) I now have a fresh Celadine cutting that is only about 6" long.

Is is worth saving to try to root next spring or should I just take my losses and move on?

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RE: Shortie

Save them I have rooted 6" cuttings before. This year I rooted a 3" celadine cutting on a heat mat it’s the smallest cutting I have ever rooted.

RE: Shortie

  • Posted by kiriba 10 Coastal SoCal (My Page) on
    Sun, Oct 31, 10 at 15:29

Thanks for your input...I'll pot it up in the spring and give feedback then on how it goes.

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