Propagate from cuttings
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Sarah Raven says this verbena should be propagated from cuttings rather than seed...
...easy to propagate from cuttings. You can take them almost any time if you have a frost-free place to store them through the winter - and they will readily root. Snip off some burgeoning side shoots about 2in long, push into a gritty mix of compost around the inside rim of a small pot and root with a bit of bottom heat. When you see roots come through the holes in the bottom, pot them up individually and store them somewhere bright and frost-free (a sunny window ledge or cold greenhouse) for planting out late next spring.
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- Posted: Wed. 16th June 2010 00:26