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Re: Wisteria/ Desert Rose

Oh really, Jim???  This is VERY interesting.  I've never tried to  propagate 
them, just grow them.  I've heard they are really difficult  either 
way.....slow growing.  I had a variegated, but it died...too much  water one year with 
rains, although it was in a pot. They seem to like the  humidity, just not the 
water.  I was going to try to propagate one from a  friends, glad I didn't 
attempt it.  Would not be the same without the  caudex.
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/15/2006 11:02:25 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Maybe  not an OW tale. Plant kingdom is full of goofy stuff like that. 
Desert  Rose grows easily from cuttings but won't form that distinctive 
caudex  unless it's grown from seed--which is why most are grafted, good 
color on  seedling stock.

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