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Putting newly rooted Brugmansia in dormancy in January?

3 months ago
last modified: 3 months ago

I am in Toronto Canada. in September I put these brugmansia cuttings in water for rooting, and in November when they had plenty of roots I planted them in soil. I kept them in a W facing window, thinking they might need light to be able to adjust to the soil. Now they are growing leaves but I won't be able to put them outside till mid May, so I want to slow them down. I am planning to put them in the basement where the parent plant is already overwintering. Its a bit cooler there than on the main level, but they will receive very little light. Will this be all right for the new plants ?

BTW, I realize there are too many brugs in each pot. I will replant them in spring...


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