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Vancouver Centennial

Several months ago I took cuttings from my large pot of V.C. and placed them in water expecting to root them.  Nothing happened.  After about 10 weeks  I found one stem with a few roots and another tiny one with one small root.  I potted both and they are growing.   But approx. 20 cuttings failed to show any signs of rooting at all.

I would like to know why, or if this is due to one of the parent's shy rooting habit.  As a matter of fact I don't KNOW what Vancouver Centennial's parentage is.  Can anybody enlighten me?


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