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by Amber Petersen on January 12, 2006 02:27 AM
There is a Dracaena at work that I would like to take a peice of. I know that I snip the top off but I can't remember if I root it in water or if I stick it in some dirt... here's a pic for reference.
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It's in one of those basket dealie-o's but I am planing to separate most of these plants, I may leave some smaller ones together in the basket.
Thanks for the help. Cheers [muggs]

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by Safari Barbie on January 12, 2006 04:54 AM
I've had succes by sticking the cuttings in dirt. Can't remember if I used rooting hormone though. I probably did.
Barb

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by Amber Petersen on January 13, 2006 02:52 AM
Alrighty...I don't suppose it'll hurt to dab a little on it. Cheers!

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by Nako on January 13, 2006 01:18 PM
couldn't hurt ^.^ But ya, just stick it in some dirt, and water it like a regular plant and it should root. That's just from my experience [thumb]
Someone else might have another opinion though, and different things might work. but ya, what i do is i just stick it in soil and water it sometimes and it grows lol.

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