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RE: exposure for cuttings

My hydrangea cuttings are outside Kitty. No cover, in a pot with a saucer
underneath that hold water all the time. I just did them on Sunday, (my
friend wants a row of them) and they are fine. That's always the way I've
done them and they've done really well for me. Maybe 85% success rate.
Don't know about the others you did. And I always do softwood cuttings. I
have better luck with those. Mine are only in part shade.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC 

> [Original Message]
> From: Chapel Ridge Wal Mart National Hearing Center
> To: woodies <woodyplants@hort.net>; <propagation@hort.net>;
> Date: 7/7/2005 10:33:48 AM
> Subject: [CHAT] exposure for cuttings
> I just took cuttings  (yes, I realize I'm late) of Hydrangea, Weigela,
> Deutzia, Syringa.  I stuck them in medium in a clear storage box with a
> clear lid.  I know enough not to put the box in full sun, but I don't
> (from past experience) that they get enough light exposure in my Florida
> room.  Under what light conditions would you place the box?
> Kitty
> neIN, Z5
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