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by lynnemarie1218 on July 20, 2005 06:47 AM
My next-door neighbor gave me some cuttings from her gardenias about a month ago. I set them in water and enjoyed the smell...being from Indiana originally, I had never seen gardenias before. Since I hate to throw out anything that looks like it is still alive, the cuttings have sat since I got them. I looked today (was actually surprised that the leaves were still green) and saw that the plants had started to grow roots. My question is...since it is now I plant these outdoors (I live near the foothills in North Carolina) or do I pot them as houseplants and wait til next year to plant them outside? HELPPPPPP!!!!
by Bestofour on July 20, 2005 07:38 AM
Hi Lynnemarie, put them out and keep them watered. Don't let them dry out and see what happens. I don't know if they'll keep until the fall like they are.

I live in Monroe, NC. We went to Blowing Rock by way of 321 Saturday and took exit 28, the Maiden Exit to get a Pepsi. We went into a little antique store right there off the exit and bought a kitchen table. Small world.

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by lynnemarie1218 on July 21, 2005 12:40 AM
Thanks for the hot as it is, I hope they make it. Since I have several, maybe I'll put some outside and try a couple indoors as houseplants til after the first frost....and here I thought I could grow just about anything...that's what I get for thinking...LOL!

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