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How do I get my Japanese Creeper cuttings to root?

E. Groeg
11 months ago
last modified: 11 months ago

Last time I placed the Japanese Creeper (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) cuttings in water and one tried to root but it rot. The rest then all dried up.

I got a new set of cuttings from a mature vine near my house and I placed them in soil - I feel that it's a better choice than water. Now where should I place the container? It is summer here in Australia. Will they do better outdoors in sun or in shade?

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