This is a follow-up to the Homemade cloning machine I built last week.
First, you'll notice the design changes.
I needed to make it smaller. I also wanted to make the holes smaller so that I could use foam rollers from the Health & Beauty section of the dollar store to hold the cuttings. It works like a charm.
Here's a pineapple salvia that was stuck on Jan 3.
And a piece of brugmansia that was broken from an overwintering plant.
All I have to do now is wait for my flowers and veggies so that I can propagate them to sell at the local farmer's market this summer for some extra cash. In the meantime, I'm testing some Euonymous cuttings and camellias. I'm not sure how it will work with the woodier plants, but it works great with softwood cuttings.
Come on spring.