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Saturday, August 23, 2003

Propagating Plants.

i seem to have successfully started four pigeonberry cuttings (rivina humilis), five salvia sinaloensis and one (maybe two) firecracker plant (russelia equisetiformis). i am trying to refrain from planting them too soon lest they bake in the late august heat.

today i trimmed the salvia greggii (purple and coral), and i'm hoping a few of the cuttings will root.

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1) I'm losing my verbena. Any ideas about why? I live in the Virginia Beach area of Virginia, about 20 miles inland from the coast.

2) How do I propagate verbena?

Posted by: CAROLYN DAVIS | Jun 20, 2007 12:57:05 PM

how do I propagate pentas...I love Jessica and cranberry and would love to propagate them. A cottage gardener in SC does them each year for a nursery.

Posted by: joan | May 31, 2008 2:25:01 PM