How long does a cactus cutting take to take root?

Answer Its funny i saw this question as I just planted a cactus in soil today from a cutting. I'll tell you the circumstances and I hope it helps. I had found a broken cactus in my yard. It was 2 nodes i ... Read More »

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Root System of the Barrel Cactus?

Barrel cacti (Ferocactus cylindraceus, Ferocactus wislizenii) grow 3 to 5 feet tall with long, 2-inch spines that cover them all over. The spines usually have a slight curvature at the tips. The ba... Read More »

How to Stimulate Root Growth in a Christmas Cactus?

Christmas cactus, a type of tropical cactus, grows primarily in warm indoor climates as a potted plant. The segmented leaves of the cactus remain green year-round, and the plant produces scarlet fl... Read More »

Can You Root a Mimosa Cutting?

Mimosa pudica is a shrub native to Brazil with fern-like leaves and pink pompom flowers. It grows to 5 feet where the ground is very moist, spreading quickly and suppressing other plant life. For t... Read More »

How do I root a grapevine from a cutting?

Cut a section of healthy vine from last year's growth with two to four buds. Prepare a small pot or flat of moist vermiculite, perlite or sand 6 to 8 inches deep to receive the cutting. Insert the ... Read More »