- 16 Apr 2013
You can use whatever substrate you like but you'll need to add nutrients if the soil doesn't have any of its own
Do it, you'll be glad you didlooks like I'm going to have to get a propagator...
This looks like a real money saver!
Very clever to leave the stems lying on the ground... This way each cutting can produce several plants.
I will definitely use this technique!
Not really my method but IMO it works very well. I'd seen it done a few times by members and thought "i'll have a bit of that" I posted a few pics of my first batch on the forum and my inbox filled with questions about how i did it, so i did it again, took some pics, then wrote the step by stepThis method works wonderfully, with most any plant; I've done this method succesfully with all Micranthemum species, Eleocharis species, Pogostemon, et cetera. The only failure I've had so far, is the E. Tenellus; that's starting to brown up and dry out. But Andy's method is the bees' knees!