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Ivy plant #424387
06/07/08 03:05 PM
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i have some cuttings that have been rooting for about a month now, and want to know: when should I pot them?

Thanks much : )

Re: Ivy plant [Re: Keaghry] #424521
06/08/08 01:22 AM
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Do they have any roots? Then pot them up! Keep them moist (not soggy) for the first few days in soil as they make the transition from water to dirt, and do them a favor and use good potting soil, not a shovelful from the back yard.

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06/09/08 12:47 AM
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Yes, clearly visible rootlets. Thanks much : )

Re: Ivy plant [Re: Keaghry] #424757
06/09/08 01:10 AM
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Great advice, Claybird. Let us know how your plant-lets make out, Keaghry!


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Re: Ivy plant [Re: Lisa Beth - Houseplants] #432604
07/03/08 09:12 PM
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Well, I finally potted it, now we'll see if I kill it : )

Re: Ivy plant [Re: Lisa Beth - Houseplants] #433814
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Seems to be doing well.

Re: Ivy plant [Re: Keaghry] #435481
07/15/08 01:42 AM
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Success with plants! Very exciting! Hopefully every success brings the desire to try something even MORE difficult...and fun! That's how I ended up a huge collection. blush


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