Thursday, May 27, 2010
After several attempts at propagation by stem cuttings, I finally got something other than sedum to root! Maybe it was the timing of when I took the cuttings or the humidity in the mini greenhouse, but whatever it was I am happy.
So what worked? Well the hydrangea both a wild white variety and blue rooted well. The pulmanaria was about 50% and the phlox about 70%. Everything with roots got a new home in a pot under the deck near the rain barrels so I can easily water them. Anyone know if they should still be kept in part shade until they are bigger?
Posted by Lady Bug