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Forsythe Pots- rooted cuttings!

Posted by hummersteve 6 (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 13, 11 at 12:37

You can view my other post with this issue to see my actual pots.

It has been two weeks since I started using this method of rooting cuttings and keep in mind not all root at the same speed but I was shocked at the following cutting. I wanted to change the medium to all vermiculite plus after two weeks would give me an excuse to view whats going on below the medium. Salvia oxyphora is the champion rooter as both cuttings have roots, but this one well , take a look.

this long root is 5" long, seeing is believing


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RE: Forsythe Pots- rooted cuttings!

Looks good. Maybe if you added the update to your original post, everyone could keep track of what you are doing, a little better. I had to search to see if you were who I thought you might be (the one that posted your previous thread).

RE: Forsythe Pots- rooted cuttings!

I thought this might get attention sooner by doing this way , doesnt seem to be that much activity here. But I will be updating my original thread in two weeks which will make it a full 6 weeks in the process.

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