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Rooting Sansevieria

Posted by Sans2014 none (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 31, 14 at 18:54

Hi All,
Say, have any of you tried rooting a S. trifaciata leaf
cutting in water? It is faster than rooting in soil. Or maybe
it just seams faster as you can see the roots develope.
I have a cutting in soil that has just pupped for the first time
after 2 years of waiting! My fault the first year the cutting
was upside down, when I realised this I flipped it over and
waited again. Sans are amazing!

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RE: Rooting Sansevieria

There was some debate about weather the leaves has to be up right. I guess you cleared that up. Myself, I have a hard time rooting leaves. No mater what, they just rot. Every once in a while I am successful but can't tell you why.

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