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Old 01-23-2017, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I took these cuttings in late fall (Nov)off the dormant plant. Can I still plant them? They have dried out a bit meaning wrinkles.
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Yes you Can plant them
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The tips look good. I would.
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Thank you, I will plant them in small containers

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Youtube has some good vids if needed..

Stems still look ok.

Many of the ones I see at plant sales are lightly wax coated to minimize water loss, your plant looks similar.

I hope they grow for you.
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Love that variety! Very nice. Don't wait!!!
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Dip the nodes in a grow hormone and lay the stem on its side.
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