2 Cripps Pink Lady APPLE FRUIT TREE Cutting Rooting Grafting Scion CRIPPS 10-12”

October 24, 2019 - Comment

2 Cripps Pink Lady Apple FRUIT TREE bare cuttings – Non-Rooted . Cuttings will be approximately 10-12 INCHES LONG.Some sellers only send 4-6 or 6-8 inches so please compare accordingly. (I’M SENDING DOUBLE OF WHAT MOST SELLERS WILL).Cut fresh and I always send more than promised!I COMBINE SHIPPING-Please check out my other items to save!

2 Cripps Pink Lady Apple FRUIT TREE bare cuttings – Non-Rooted . Cuttings will be approximately 10-12 INCHES LONG.Some sellers only send 4-6 or 6-8 inches so please compare accordingly. (I’M SENDING DOUBLE OF WHAT MOST SELLERS WILL).Cut fresh and I always send more than promised!I COMBINE SHIPPING-Please check out my other items to save! (Please check out with all items in the cart at the same time to receive the shipping discount) Please check out my other items by clicking “see other items” under my seller name. Thank you for your business!Cutting / Rooting / Grafting HERE ARE SOME HELPFUL LINKS FOR ROOTING. There are many other methods on Youtube as well for you to choose from. Please note: I cannot be responsible for the method you choose and I am only posting these links for you to consult. Thanks for understanding! https://homeguides.sfgate.com/grow-new-tree-branch-44685.html https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RZa7UWIewGM&vl=en From the Internet – how to root these cuttings:1. Use one part sand and one part peat (or other kind of lose soil) and fill a pot with this mixture. Another growing medium mixture is one part peat, one part perlite and two parts sand. 2. Dip the cut end in rooting hormone. 3. Stick the cutting into the growing medium in the pot about halfway and press the medium firmly around the cutting so it stands upright on its own. 4. Moisten the cutting and soil with water from a spray bottle. 5. Cut the bottom from a clean, clear, two-liter plastic soda bottle. Screw on the cap and set the bottle over the cutting in the pot, creating a mini-greenhouse. Alternatively, set the entire pot inside a clear plastic bag and seal it closed. It is important to keep the bottle or bag from touching the cutting. 6. Place the pot in a warm location out of direct sunlight. (sunlight will stimulate growth of leaves; this is not what you really want, you need to stimulate growth of roots). 7. Remove the cover and mist again, if needed, to keep the cutting evenly moist throughout the rooting phase. Roots should emerge and leaves will appear on the cutting after a few weeks. 8. Transplant the established cutting to its permanent location in late winter or early spring, keeping the root ball intact.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ From the internet – steps for rooting: 1 Combine equal measures of milled peat moss and perlite in a bucket. 2 Pack the wet peat and perlite mixture into an 8-inch-deep pot. Press the surface to expel the excess liquid. Poke a 4-inch-deep hole in the center of the mixture. 3 Press the cuttings of the crape myrtle cutting into a rooting hormone (sometimes helps). 4 Insert the hormone-coated end of the cutting into the prepared planting hole. Press it in until its lowest remaining set of leaves rests just above the surface. Firm the peat in against the stem. 5 Place the potted crape myrtle cutting outdoors in a sheltered, lightly shaded area away from direct sunlight and wind. Cover the top of the pot with a large clear plastic bag to create a humid greenhouse-like environment. PLEASE NOTE: All items purchased between 5/23-6/3 will be Shipped June 3rd. Thanks!

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