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#26745 May 14th, 2005 at 04:39 PM
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It looks as though I am going to have a great bounty this fall on my sedums Duh ? I was thinking about doing some cuttings into a water pail until rooting but that may take some time.

Appreciate any help. muggs

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I have several sedums....one of my gardening books says to divide them in the early spring, my other gardening book says to divide them in the fall after flowering by slicing off a section with some roots attached......I've also heard that cuttings generally root pretty easy....but I've never tried and I haven't had to divide mine yet......I'm sure someone will pass through who has actually divided or rooted them...... wavey

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it's so rare i get to give any advice or share any information. i'm usually the one asking!!! so i'm thrilled to help you on your sedum question!! well.....half of your question, anyway! i do know from expierence that sedum is one of the easiets plants to root. 2 years ago my mother had a bounty of sedum she didn't mind sharing with me, to get me started. i was blown away when all she did was cut several stalks from the plant and told me to just stick them in the ground and they will root........so i did as told (i'm such a good girl that way, lol)
and did nothing else for them. i watered them as i watered everything else, thats it! this year they have tripled.......just from one stalk, amazing. so, snip away and just stick them anywhere you want them! hope this helped!

Linda

#26748 May 16th, 2005 at 12:21 AM
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Hey Linda wavey ,

..."it's so rare i get to give any advice or share any information. i'm usually the one asking!!! so i'm thrilled to help you on your sedum question!! well....."

You have 342 posts, you are a pro, don't sell yourself short wavey

Thanks

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thanks for the vote of confidence!!!
let us know how the sedum goes......
Linda

#26750 May 19th, 2005 at 07:42 PM
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thank you for posting that linda kissies
i have 1 sedum that is quite nice now i'm going to follow what you did and see how that goes thumbup thanx again


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