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Re: artemisia cuttings


Sounds good.  Just keep an eye on them under the tents; lift the
tents periodically to let some air in.  They tend to rot if the
atmosphere is too humid, but wilt if it gets too dry.  So, ya' gotta
keep an eye on them.

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Libby Valentine <grdner03@yahoo.com>
> Pam, they got here today and they are beautiful!  And what a
fragrance - love it.
> Now, since I have played around with cuttings but never for
> that mattered as much to me as these... I put them in some nursery
> with light potting soil, watered them, spritzed the foliage, and
> some little plastic tents to keep the humidity in. They are in a
> where the cats cannot get to them, and will get indirect sunlight.
> Is this a good way to go or have I done anything I should go
promptly undo or redo?

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