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how to propagate angel vine

Posted by picketfencecrafts illinois (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 27, 11 at 10:19

I just bought my first angel vine and it is so lovely! I would like to propagate and teach it to grow on different structures. Would I just cut a piece off and root in water!


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RE: how to propagate angel vine

Muehlenbeckia complexa aka Angel Vine is reliably hardy to z8 so if you have it outdoors it might not survive the winter. It is a creeping vine which will root along the stems where they touch the soil so it can be propagated by layering. To get it to climb you will need to help it upwards. It is invasive in warmer areas of the US.


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RE: how to propagate angel vine

Thank You! I plan on giving it a home on my deck under the gazebo during the summer months and bringing it indoors during the winter months. I love the airy feeling that the vine gives. Thanks for your help!

Here is a link that might be useful: Picket Fence Crafts


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