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Sedum - Autum Joy?

Posted by steve123_hc (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 12, 09 at 22:43

I would like to propagate some Autum Joy, my plant has flowered, is it still possible to take cuttings from this plant. what would be the best way to go about doing this. Should I clump several cuttings together to form a larger plant for next year?

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RE: Sedum - Autum Joy?

Hi Steve.
I am not the expert but after reading your questions few thoughts come to mind. What zone do you live in..I'd guess to do a rooted out door cutting you;d have to be in a very warm climate...
And 2 Sedum A/J has been on of the easiest plants for me to propagate by seeds and dividing. i have not done cuttings. But I;ll guess it;s just as willing there too.

You could do cuttings inside in perlite if you are in a colder zone like me.
Hope an expert happens b and chimes in Have fun!

RE: Sedum - Autum Joy?

I had a blooming stalk break off one of my plants about a week ago. I took it indoors and put it in a vase with water, and now it has roots, and it is still flowering. Super easy.

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