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Phlox from stem cutting ì

Discussion in 'Propagation This Month' started by Andre Murphy, Aug 27, 2017.

  1. Andre Murphy

    Andre Murphy Apprentice Gardener

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    Just deadheaded my Phlox and decided to use the stems are cutting. Used a 50 50 mix compost petlite. Hàs anyone else tried this?
     
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    • BeeHappy

      BeeHappy Total Gardener

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      @Andre Murphy I try to root pretty much everything i deadhead or prune ...some i have success some not ;) ...it's such a cheap way to propagate and bulk up your garden and when you see the result its a real feel good factor :yes: Im always rooting something.... i luv it :biggrin:
      Only today after visiting a friends garden ..I've just rooted on some lovely Pinks "Tickled Pink" "Passion" and "Cranmere Pool" cuttings... so well see what next year brings with them :fingers crossed:
      Good luck with your Phlox - well have to have an update to see how our plants are fairing :)
       

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