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by Mr. C on August 26, 2004 02:58 AM
How and when can I root new plants from my allamanda?

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Mr. C
by gardenmom32210 on August 26, 2004 07:10 AM
Hi Mr. C [wayey] Welcome to the forum!

I have rooted many allamanda vines from cuttings. I usually take my cutting below where the plant has had flowers or new growth. I use powdered rooting hormone on the cut end and I stick it in a vase of water. Usually within 2-3 weeks there are roots on it. Usually I wait till the roots are about an inch long before I put it in soil. They seem to root easily it just takes some patience.

Hope this helps...and Happy Gardening !

Karen [grin]
by gardenmom32210 on August 26, 2004 07:17 AM
I just noticed that I'm guilty of using the word"usually" excessively. I don't "usually" do that [Big Grin]

Sorry [grin] [dunno]

Karen [grin]

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