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Grafting Adenium 101

By gone2seed
July 25, 2010

I will admit right here that my first attempt at grafting was a complete failure. Only one of twelve grafts survived and grew. It was almost enough to make me give up. What kept me trying was a couple of chance natural grafts that live on one of my plant benches. If these two could be secure grafts without any help from anyone, then surely I could get two pieces of adenium to grow together. My second attempt went somewhat better with nine of twelve succeeding. This will be my third try.

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Ridesredmule
Jul 26, 2010 12:22 PM CST
JT, it was a great article. Just got to get the nerve to do it. but it is very interesting.
Name: Jan
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Sunshinesw
Aug 1, 2010 2:47 PM CST
Very informative. Thank you for the step by step article.

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