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Re: plant question

I think it would be worth trying. I've never started a Kalanchoe, but it has
fleshy leaves & stems like the Jade. I do know kalanchoe respond well to
some pretty severe pruning. If the main stem is still attached to the root
it may put out new growth.
Judy B

Kitty Morrissy" <kmrsy@earthlink.net> wrote
> Would this also apply to Kalanchoe?  Mine took a little spill the other
> day.....

> > From: Judy L Browning <judybrowning@lewiston.com>
 I've had good luck just sticking the cut end into potting soil. Jade like
> > be watered regularly, but don't like to sit in water.
> > Some really nice varieties out there.

> > David Franzman" <dfranzma@pacbell.net> wrote:
 > > Somebody gave me some Jade plant cuttings.  The stems are about a
> > > width.  What's the best way to root these?  Will they root in water?
> > > Thanks DF

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