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Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by Jennifer Brewer, Sep 11, 2005.
these are tropicals with the blossoms hanging down, right?
what are you interested in receiving?
I've got daylilys, or mandevilla, or Rose of sharon, lilac, liriope, or some roses that I could take a cutting of, but the time for that is really in the spring. would the cuttings be rooted? oh and catmint
it may well be possible to take cuttings from angel trumpet (aka datura), but the only way i know to reproduce them is by seed. they make a long seed pod.
I have the brugmansia angel trumpet that root easily in soil.I do have a small amount of lavender datura seed.