Coastal Redwood Cuttings

Brad in GR

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Fun, low expectations attempt at propagating a healthy but young (3 years) sequoia semperverins that I’m attempting to grow and develop in zone 6a (survived its first winter inside and is pushing lovely new growth).

Tennis ball containers and pretzel rods bucket.

Hormex for rooting. Organic loose mix for soil.

Just for fun!

If anyone cares to share successful experience feel free! Another experiment.
 

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