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Propagation Vine by Stem Cuttings - Continued

Step 7:  Make one hole in the soil mixture using a pencil or similar object.

Step 8:  Place the dusted root cutting in the hole and press the soil down with your fingers until there are no air pockets around the cuttings.  

Step 9.  Water the pot and place the pot in a tub of water for 3 hours or more.  Remove from tub and place in a shaded area of the yard until danger of frost if cutting taken in the fall.

Step 10.  In about 1-2 months you will start seeing new leaves developing.  The vine stem cutting should now have roots.   Plant outdoors after all danger of frost has passed and roots begin to show through the holes in the bottom of the pot.  Keep well watered.



Prepared Pot with Hole


Vine Stem Cutting Planted


Potted Vine Stem Cutting with Soaking in Water


Vine Stem Cuttings with Roots after Winter Storage or Shaded Storage in the Spring
*Note:  Includes hardwood and softwood cuttings of  house plants,  trees, shrubs and vines

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