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This spring I had transplanted some and had a few leaves with a bit of stem fall off. I figured I would try to propagate them and had about a 40% success rate. I might have had better success if I had paid more attention to them. I just dipped in rooting hormone and put in a pot with a mixture of potting sol, very composted wood chips (basically soil at this ...


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I suppose they're easier to use than trying to wrap a piece of stem in a plastic bag containing some rooting material, which has to be taped in place and is quite fiddly. They're quite inexpensive to buy, but I can't see why the roots will form more quickly than they otherwise would. Rather depends what sort of plant you want to use them for - anything with ...


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