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Feb 16, 2012 10:51 PM CST
I'd love to hear if anyone has had any success in rooting H. linearis, and if so, how did you do it? I have two EA H. linearis....they've grown so much that they're now on the floor and rapidly inching along. I have to keep them draped over a table, as my dogs enjoy biting the vines. I'd like to shorten the length of them, and would like to root the cuttings, as one of my EA baskets is getting skimpy, while the other one is lush...they hang next to each other, with a grow light between them. I keep them at 58 degrees during the winter..and they usually send out many new vines each winter. This winter they've only sent out a total of 7 new vines between the two baskets. Thanks for any suggestions! Fondly, Patrick

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