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When people say they have cuttings of different plants are they snipets or newly rooted? If the are snips how do you ship them without them dying? I allways thought you should put them in root tone asap then in soil. And don't look at my trade list, because I have cuttings listed to, just don't know what they are. :>)
Try this link for shipping information; http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/502752/ I don't know as I would want to risk shipping cutting without some roots. Your right they are snippets or slips cut off the mother plant. And yes, you can use roottone or I sometimes plop mine in water till I can get to them