West Palm Beach, Fl
|Will sea grape cuttings root if planted directly in the ground? I have 200 feet of fence I would like to cover with a hedge from the sea grapes I already have throughout my yard.
|Answer from NGA
May 15, 2010
|Sea grape cuttings usually root without problem. You can hedge your bet by working a little compost or potting soil into the hole and dipping the cut end in rooting hormone prior to setting it into the enriched soil. I think you'll have at least a 90 percent success rate with your sea grape cuttings.
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