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tibouchina

Cicero, NY(Zone 5a)

Can anyone tell me how to root this?Its sitting in water right now?

Chariton, IA(Zone 5b)

Just read on the Net that cuttings can be taken spring, summer, and fall and root in sand or peat/sand mix. Hope this helps.

Shirley

Cicero, NY(Zone 5a)

Thanks but I think I killed them!!!They don't look good.

Newnan, GA(Zone 8a)

CC, I'm fixing to (yes, that's correct) start another batch and see if I have more luck. Water doesn't work:) If I get lucky, I'll set you up in the spring.

Cicero, NY(Zone 5a)

Cool,I'm sooooo depressed.I love those leaves.

Cicero, NY(Zone 5a)

I still have some with live parts,does that mean it rooted??It's almost been a month - ok 3 weeks

Newnan, GA(Zone 8a)

I bet so. The ones I tried in water turned brown within a week or so. I started some with rooting compound in soil this time. So far, so good.

Gulfport, MS(Zone 8a)

crested, i can send you cuttings of tibouchina if youd like when i send your brug cuttings. just let me know if you need some more
jen

Biloxi, MS(Zone 8b)

CC,
Rooting in sand works great with Tibouchina.

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