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Re: Monstera question..

  • Subject: Re: Monstera question..
  • From: "mossytrail" <mossytrail@hctc.com>
  • Date: Fri, 20 Jun 2008 18:20:07 -0800

I do not
> know if others have this problem, but some Monstera are
> very difficult to root from cuttings.  I suspect Monstera
> punctulata is one of these.  Craig and I used to discuss
> this problem...they sit and dry or rot.  This is highly
> unexpected when you see the vigorous plants...I have tried
> juvenile and mature stems at multiple times.  I am not the
> best horticulturist, but I can slice and dice Monstera
> delisiosa in efforts at eradication and they root.
Well, that's encouraging.  While I lived in Hawaii, I tried
taking a cutting of Monstera freidrichsthallii, and it just
withered away.  It's nice to know that may not have been my

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