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Garden Safe Rooting Hormone (93194), Case Pack of 1
PROMOTES ROOTING: Rooting hormone grows new plants from cuttings.GROW CUTTINGS: Works with most popular home, garden and greenhouse varieties.ROOT NEW FAVORITE PLANTS: Helps African violets, roses, poinsettias, philodendrons, geraniums, coleus, woody ornamentals and more grow from cuttings.APPLY TO CUT ENDS: Moisten the plant cutting, stir the cut end in powder, remove excess rooting hormone and plant.ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Indole-3-butyric acid, similar to the root hormone that naturally occurs in plants.
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u/BarneyVarmn · 7 pointsr/weddingplanning

I bought rooting hormone and Succulent Food and of course a few succulents to start off with. I also bought succulent soil, and trays from dollar tree (and you can see a few small bread pans and an old tray that I don't use). The total for all this was about $30, plus I bought terra cotta pots at Home Depot for $0.77 each along with some copper paint and that's what each succulent will eventually be planted in for the final centerpiece. I'm following this guide and making some mistakes along the way but I'm 4 weeks in and 80% of my leaves are growing roots so we'll see how it goes! Worse comes to worse I wasted $30 and I'll have to spend a few hundred bucks on pre-grown ones next June. I'm hoping to have 4-5 small succulents per table plus a few for other table accents. We shall see!

u/Kramasz · 3 pointsr/PepperLovers

I use CloneX and TakeRoot. But I think they work better if using more than just water. If you absolutely need something to clone, I'd try these. If it's just an experiment, then water is fine and will probably do the trick.

Tomatoes clone super easy in water. Had one shoot out roots in 2 days.

u/insertnamehere02 · 2 pointsr/gardening
u/SFjouster · 2 pointsr/succulents

If you want to give your propagations a boost in the right direction, I would highly recommend this product -

It basically takes the guess work of propagating and it essentially allows for you to "tell" the plant what you want it to do with hormones. It basically makes it so that any plant capable of propagating does propagate. And don't let the name "rooting hormone" intimidate you; it's just a simple dry powder chemical that is pretty easy to handle.

u/boinkerism · 1 pointr/whatsthisplant

Tahitian Bridal Veil

Gibasis geniculata or Gibasis pellucida

Not much on Wikipedia except for the genus. Googling "Tahitian Bridal Veil" has some helpful information.

Edit: Since it's pretty sad looking, rooting hormone may help.

u/DevIceMan · 1 pointr/HotPeppers

This is the only thing I've used. I'm considering adding some nutrients to the water.

u/ATL_Blew_a_25pt_Lead · 1 pointr/houseplants

This website has all the info you're going to need for your jade plant.

You can start a new plant from each one of those leaves if you wanted to. To do that, I would cut off a leaf at its base, apply a root starter, and then plant it in a succulent mix soil. A little plant should pop up within two weeks. However, if you're already seeing new growth just plant that Larry into some soil like /u/dirtyhippielady said.

Jade plants are absolute tanks so I have little doubt she'll survive. Always err on the side of too little water when it comes to Jades though, they don't need much. If you're worried about drainage I would recommend a smart pot. Cheers🍻

u/GoldBankker · 1 pointr/plants

I set my water out to dechlorinate at least a day if I can't get rain water or air-conditioning condensate and use Garden Safe brand Take Root rooting hormone. I put about what fits on the end of a key in enough water to cover the bottom 1-3 inches of the stems.
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u/Alliebyers01 · 1 pointr/succulents

This is what I use. It’s available in stores as well.

u/Totalweirdo42 · 1 pointr/Plumeria

They do root easily but slowly. Give it time. I think it will be fine.

A rooting hormone like this can help. And if it won’t root after a few weeks you can make a new cut a bit higher up, let stem dry out a bit and then try to plant again. I bought plumeria cuttings that were just sticks with no roots. Took them awhile but they did finally root and grow.

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u/xXTheCitrusReaperXx · 1 pointr/Bonsai

Also, root hormone helped my juniper cuttings tremendously.