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by magic612 on July 14, 2004 04:25 AM
My mom gave me 4 cuttings of her goldfish plant, all stuck in soil in one pot. I am wondering if they will root themselves and survive? they aren't looking too healthy and I had no idea how to propogate a goldfish plant but I hope it works. She just cut 4 pieces off of the plant, was there a certain spot where she had to cut or anything?
by gardenmom32210 on July 14, 2004 02:11 PM
From what I could find on the net,they should root quite easily at the joints. They should be misted regularly while attempting to root. Did you use a rooting hormone on them?
Alot of cuttings will go through shock before starting to root,maybe thats what is happening [dunno]

Hope this Helps

Karen [grin]

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