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Just curious what everyone prefers to do and has most success with when getting a vine cutting to root. Plant it (mines in LFSM) or keep it in a cup of water
KategoricalKarnivore wrote:Both work equally as well for me. The advantage of water is you can see the roots develop. What species are you doing?One is a ventrata. The other didn’t have any pitchers when I received the cutting but I think it’s also ventrata
nepenthesl0ve wrote:please show any updates as the bumps of root formation begin! best of luckThank you. I hear it can take a while but I’ll post as soon as I see anything
KategoricalKarnivore wrote:I’d suggest putting them in a ziplock bag to keep humidity high. Open it for a few minutes each day to get some fresh air in there.I’ll do that. Thanks for the advice!!!
charlie wrote:Just give it some time. I've had Nepenthes take as long as 3 months!Thanks. They aren’t brown. I’m doing my vest to be patient, I was just hoping I’d see SOMETHING by now
Edit: As long as they aren't brown, keep waiting... You never know!
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