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Deep South Coastal, TX
(Zone 10a)

October 31, 2002
6:17 PM

Post #398035

When I dig my Violet Stem EEs, I always make sure to get all the runners that have come out from them. If you follow the runners, there is usually a baby EE on the end. You can also cut the runner into pieces, each with a node. Fill a shallow tray with about an inch of good potting soil, lay the pieces horizontally on the soil, cover with about an inch of potting soil. Water lightly, keep warm. Baby plants will sprout from each piece.

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