Rooting Brugmansia Cuttings

August 26, 2018

Plants that are fast rooters, such as angel’s trumpet (Brugmansia sp.), usually do just fine rooted directly into potting soil. They root before they rot.

PC: Leslie F. Halleck

While you can root your cuttings directly in potting soil, you can also use inert media (peat, coir, soil-less potting mixes). Bioactive soils may contain pathogens that can rot the stem of your cutting before it has a chance to produce roots.

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