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[IGSROBIN] Tuberous cuttings


The responses from Michael Vassar were excellent. I particularly appreciated
the reply to the question on propagating from tubers. Imagine - 35 cuttings
from one tuber! It's a pity I did not find out a few months earlier or I
might have tried a few. It is too late now as plants are in full growth.
Maybe I can try it on one of the summer-growing tuberous kinds. By the way,
this might be the easiest way to get plants of P. sidoides, if you have the
true species.

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