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Name: Katie
MD (Zone 7a)
Region: Maryland
Jul 31, 2019 6:27 AM CST

As the flowers are dying off this Vancouver Centennial, I noticed sets of tiny leaves starting. What should I do with these? Cut them off to develop roots in water or soil? Or should I pin them down like strawberry runners?

Thanks in advance!
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Buenos Aires . Argentina (Zone 9b)
Aug 7, 2019 2:09 PM CST
I tried many times but could never propagate the plant from these sets of leaves... (which doesn´t mean it can't be done).
Bury the cutting taking into account that it is probable that the petiole will not develop roots. They will root (if they do) from the base of these plantlets.

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