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Re: cuttings

I wouldn't like to be trying to strike cuttings at this time of the year.
Its OK down  here in Australia in summer but mid winter Brrr I wouldn't
think so.  Why are you trying to strike them in water?  You obtain pretty
high success rates in striking mixes or even just open composts. Water is
not a very good way of doing it.
Geraniaceae is all around the world
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-----Original Message-----
From: Karen Prytula <chelseaa@SPRINT.CA>
Date: Wednesday, December 27, 2000 12:09 PM
Subject: Re: cuttings

>Hi Maria,
>I'm back now from doing my cutting.  I realized there were a lot of new
>shoots with lots of leaves,  that I did not notice 10 days ago , or so.  So
>...I didn't cut too much.  I have 5 stems put in a glass of water ,
>hopefully they will start to grow roots.
>Karen in Canada
>> Karen I would wait until the plant starts putting out new shoots or
>leaves.  This time of year is not the best to root cuttings.
>> Maria

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