Thursday, August 9, 2012

Summer Cuttings

A few of my annual coleus got a little out of hand. They got snipped and I understand that rooting them is just a matter of putting them in water. It says you can use rooting hormone, but that would require a trip to the nursery, so off they go. Water it is.


Good luck little snippets!

2 comments:

  1. Nice! I love coleus, lots of varieties - and this is certainly one plant that roots very easily w/o any rooting compound, etc. While I think the flowers are pretty, I was always taught to snip 'em off, to encourage fuller growth.

    David

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  2. David is absolutely right about the flowers...
    you can probably leave them right in the vessel you have them rooting in...no need for soil!!

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