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Old 02-15-2017, 04:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Mandevilla cuttings?

I would really like to add mandevilla to the plants I sell. Has anyone had success at making cuttings? How do I propagate them? should I cut from hard wood? I would like to start this project in the next few weeks. It stopped flowering in Jan so I thought it's a good time to try and do this?? Any info is appreciated.
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Old 02-15-2017, 07:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Mandevilla cuttings?

Never tried but would love to know... I'd say it probably can be done with a rooting hormone.
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If it flowered, did it have berries or seeds?

Just a thought!
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Default Re: Mandevilla cuttings?

google for mandevilla cutting & rooting. There are tons of info; no need for me to repeat it here. Apparently this plant is easy to root in soil or water.
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I would really like to add mandevilla to the plants I sell. Has anyone had success at making cuttings? How do I propagate them? should I cut from hard wood?
Instead of learning propagation one plant at a time, get the standard textbook for horticultural propagation courses. The whole process will start making a lot more sense. It includes specific instructions for most Genera, referencing methods presented in the first part of the book:

Plant Propagation, ed. by Alan Toogood.

There are two editions, one for the American Horticultural Society and the other for GW Books. Inside the front cover pages they are identical.
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Default Re: Mandevilla cuttings?

They will root easily from cuttings, with the proper hormones. Over the years,(many) I've gotten seeds, a couple of times. They grow easily.
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