tarev said:That is nice! So what temperature is prevailing when you started stage 1?
Twinks said:I'm very new to growing Adeniums but would like to learn this method. Sorry if I ask a lot of questions. Can this be done to a seedling as well as a more mature plant? After cutting the initial plant at stage 1 do you have to dry off then put in neem oil and how soon do you plant thereafter? Also do you place the plant directly on the soil or do you put on a plastic disc to spread the roots out? Thanks
RCanada said:Could you give us some more information Jericson22 ?
I was curious if you use the Neem Oil as a fungal or rooting application?
What soil mix, watering in, light, rooting hormone and/or any special requirements you use.
Would really like to try this.
Thanks so much for showing us.
most experts says do the cuttings when summer time, or before going dormant stage...for me i can do mine all year round since i live in hawaii
Twinks said:Hi jericsson22
I really love this plant but when I repotted it it's doing this swirly thing and I can't get it to sit upright. Do you think I should try this method on this plant? But where would I cut it? I would appreciate your advice. Thanks.
Twinks said:It's so fascinating to learn new things. I got so excited I grabbed one of my plants to try it out. It's hanging out right now. It was a nice plant but I'm hoping it turns out even more beautiful. I could only find Bayer Neem Oil hope that was okay and I need to find root hormone. Do I get the powder type or gel type? I appreciate your help.