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Re: Air Layering

Have not tried it yet, but was looking at those rooter-pots Lee Valley
has which are (supposedly) pretty fool proof. Would like to do that so I
can get Elaine some viburnums w/out breaking the bank and don't seem to
have much luck rotting them in pots. And you ARE smart Miss Thang, don't
make me come up there!!


Pam Evans
Kemp, TX
zone 8A
----- Original Message -----
From: Jesse Bell
Sent: 6/21/2004 3:47:36 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] Air Layering

> Has anybody on this list ever done "air-layering" on trees and shrubs?
> My brother has a nursery in Honolulu and he was here this weekend. He
> was showing me how to propogate trees and evergreens using this method.
> So I tried it. Should know something in about 5-6 weeks. Kind of cool. I
> feel so smart now.
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