Silver Lace Vine

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  1. GramaNanMyrt

    GramaNanMyrt Active Member

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    A friend of mine has tried to start a plant for me from her Silver lace vine, did not take. Can you tell us how it might be done?...Myrt
    All the best to all for 2008
     
  2. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    If there's multiple stems coming from the base maybe you can actually pull it apart (divide the crown).
     
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    Thank you very much and have passed this information on to friend
     
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    Millet Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    The climbing vine Silver Lace can be propagated by short cuttings, 4 inches long, taken with a slight heel of old wood in July and in August and inserted in a frame, or by cutting of ripened wood, 10-12 inches long, inserted out of doors in the fall. Timing is important with this vine. Good Luck. - Millet
     
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    Thank you for you promp reply I will pass this on to my friend. All the best to yoy for 2008...Myrt
     

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