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RE: can we talk container gardening? Now cuttings-

Maybe we should start another conversation about cuttings? Never did
this, tried to save an entire plant over the winter with out much
success. Gets leggy and dies about March:(

Maybe we should label this message propagation? Seems we have a few
experts on this...


> Thanks Zem!  I get a lot of pleasure out of growing the cuttings and
> building the containers.  I also get to give away loads of plants to
> friends and club members.  It is very satisfying watching a cutting
> into a nicely shaped plant. I have way too many containers!  I bring
> many of them indoors in the winter.  I feel like I have a greenhouse
> environment indoors!  While the snow is falling, I can enjoy colorful
> foliage, blooms and fragrance.  I wish that I had a real conservatory,
> but I doubt that that will happen in this life time.
> Chris
> Long Island, NY
> Zone 7

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