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I recently aquired some christmas catus cuttings and was wondering how do you root them. I am right now using a wet paper towel to try to root them. Is there a better way?

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Joined: 2010-08-11
not hard....

to do Robert, just get you some fresh potting mix and bury at least one segment into the mix and water (don't keep it soggy)the above soil segments may look wilted after some time but will make roots ( may take a few weeks) !!!.....


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