Morning glory and fuschia/rootig??..

Port Huron, MI(Zone 5b)

will they root in water. They are broken off of two of my mother's favorite plants, and while I don't think that they will, I am trying for her. Would sticking them in soil posibly be a beter route to go. I have no idea and have never tried to root either one.Any Suggestions

Scotia, CA(Zone 9b)

I do not know about the morning glory rooting but the fuscias root easily in soil. Just keep it damp and out of the sun. I find that most cuttings seem to do better for me in soil than water. :*}

Macclesfield, CHESHIRE(Zone 8a)

Hi Sandy

I agree with Zanymuse - fuchsias should be easy, but it will depend on the type of morning glory. Most are very soft growth and will tend to rot in water. If you can find a woody stemmed variety (like alba which I have just sent you) you might have more success.

El Tel

Princeton, NJ(Zone 6a)

For the fucshia, make sure the cutting isn't too long and if there are any flowers on it, remove them. The cutting should be no more than 6" long max.

Port Huron, MI(Zone 5b)

Thank you all. I won't need to take cuttings for awhile with the alba....will I, El Tel??

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