In the basement, the light rack is nearly full, even the top shelf. Something tells me I'm going to need another before winter officially arrives. I have the rack, it's the lights I don't have.
First, a test. Stuck on October 28, the pineapple sage and passionvine cuttings are putting out new roots. The salvia is obviously further along than the passionvine.
Pineapple sage (Salvia elegans)
I'm also curious about the brugs. These Ecuador White cuttings were stuck in soil on October 24. They were in water for about a week prior to that.
Big honking roots!
The newest cuttings have been in water for almost a week, I think. Most are small, about 1/2" in diameter.
Some were larger and one is really a test just to see if I can root larger cuttings.
And some I just got tired of potting so they all went into the same container.
The pineapple sage and passionvine cuttings next to the smaller new orange/yellow brug cuttings.
It's still pouring rain at 55 degrees.
I did find a single cutting of Miss Huff lantana with tiny root starts. The confederate rose cutting in the cloner was getting mushy. I chopped off the bad part and potted it. I also took several cuttings of white butterfly bush and the single Mr. Lincoln bloom. It fell apart overnight from all the wind and rain.