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tiredwabbit
Point Pleasant Beach, NJ
(Zone 7a)

August 15, 2001
6:38 PM

Post #10865

So how do you all prop. yours? I have one that was sent to me in a trade and right now I have placed it in soil. (Monday) It's looking a bit wilted. If it doesn't work out in the soil should I then place it in water?
Any help would be appreciated.
Holly
CindyM
Agawam, MA

August 15, 2001
6:48 PM

Post #110950

Hi Holly,
You can root a stem cutting in either soil or water. I usually start mine in water, get tired of waiting, then put it in soil. I do know that they take a pretty long time - mine wilt a bit too at first when I put them in soil.
This is just my experience, I hope someone has better info for you :)
CIndy

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