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Why is my mulberry cutting dying?

If the cutting fails to develop roots, the resources within the stick will support leaves for a while, and then give out. You can tent in plastic to reduce evaporation/transpiration (but that can also ...
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Vegetative propagation of Drosera burmannii

Just had a look at some pictures and D. burmannii forms a compact rosette of short, rounded leaves with no petiole. A successful leaf cutting requires enough totipotent axillary bud tissue to be ...
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Where should I expect new growth on this Monstera cutting?

Assuming your cuttings were correctly taken and successfully strike, new leaves will appear from out of the soil next to where you planted each leaf. Keep them well watered and with luck they'll take ...
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Where should I expect new growth on this Monstera cutting?

Some cuttings just take time to develop leaves. Usually the push is on to make roots and when there are enough energy reserves a leaf is the next step. This plant is capable of fast growth once it is ...
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