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When to transplant new Hawaiian Ti from water to soil?

Posted by mailbox0600 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 7, 14 at 19:37

In zone 9... I've been rooting some Hawaiian Ti stalks/cains in water and they have produced little white star burst out the side of the stalk/cain... I'm sure they are the beginning of new roots.

The question... When should I attempt to move the stalks/cains to soil? Should I wait on the roots to become a quarter inch long? Half inch long? Inch long? or what?

thanks for any help.

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RE: When to transplant new Hawaiian Ti from water to soil?

I would move them to soil now. I haven't done any leafless stem sections like in your pic, but usually do Cordyline cuttings directly in soil.

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