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Re: RE: rooting rosemary


Maybe that's what happened to mine - they cooked on the sunny windowsill.  May have to try some more outside this time...  Did you use rooting powder or no??

Pam

---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: "Theresa- yahoo" <tchessie@yahoo.com>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Sun, 15 Dec 2002 10:37:11 -0800

>I started two sets- one inside, one outside (double my odds of doing
>something right!)  Anyway- each pot has three cuttings.  I nearly killed all
>of the ones started inside- as the seasons were just changing and I
>underestimated how much sun the windowsill I was using would get as the
>angle of the sun changed.  So I cooked 2 of the 3 inside.  I moved the
>remaining one outside to see if it would survive.  It did.  2 of the three
>outside the whole time rooted.  Two weeks ago I transplanted all 3 into a
>very large fake terracotta pot (all my real ones are in use).  So, they are
>all outside and will stay there-hopefully to survive the winter.  I am in
>zone 8 or 9.  Oddly- we get really really hot and dry in summer, but we get
>cold enough in winter (with lots of grey rainy days) to have spring bulbs
>rebloom and lots of fruit orchards here.  From the info Marge sent- I think
>it probably is accurate so say I live in a meditteranean climate.
>
>Theresa
>SAC, CA  zone 8-9
>  -----Original Message-----
>  From: owner-ahs_gardening@home.ease.lsoft.com
>[mailto:owner-ahs_gardening@home.ease.lsoft.com]On Behalf Of Bonnie M.
>Holmes
>  Sent: Saturday, December 14, 2002 5:49 AM
>  To: American Horticultural Society's Gardening List
>  Subject: Re: rooting rosemary
>
>
>  Wonderful.  Where do you have them?  Outside?  Greenhouse? What is your
>zone?
>  Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN
>
>
>  At 09:28 PM 12/13/02 -0800, you wrote:
>
>    Just thought you all might like to know- I seem to have successfully
>rooted three little rosemary plants.  I hope they will thrive and I can
>continue to have plenty of this wonderful variety (unknown)
>
>    Theresa
>      -----Original Message-----
>      From: owner-ahs_gardening@home.ease.lsoft.com
>[mailto:owner-ahs_gardening@home.ease.lsoft.com]On Behalf Of Bonnie M.
>Holmes
>      Sent: Sunday, September 01, 2002 6:50 AM
>      To: American Horticultural Society's Gardening List
>      Subject: Re: rooting rosemary
>
>
>      I was successful by looking at the stems at ground level...several had
>put out tiny roots, which I then cut and rooted.  I located the new plants
>in a protected area, sheltered from winter winds.
>
>
>      Bonnie Zone 6+ ETN
>
>
>      At 01:58 PM 7/31/02 -0700, you wrote:
>        Hi all-
>
>
>        Has anyone suggestfully rooted a rosemary cutting?  Any advise?  One
>of my
>        plants is just wonderful smelling and tasting ( makes an awesome
>        Rosemary-rubbed lamb on the grill) and I want to duplicate it (since
>I don't
>        know what variety it is I can't go buy another).
>
>
>        Thanks for any advise!
>
>
>        Theresa
>      B
>
>  B
>
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