Todd, I am getting happier by the minute. You got it up and running. : ) Great job. I will definitely be a regular to this Cubit.
Todd, can you tell us how to propagate L. cotyeldon. I have some rather large ones with younsters coming from everywhere. I would love to start new ones but don't know how.
Okay, here is the Lewisia I was asking about. It is growing strangely, almost like a witches broom, hope that's what you call it. As you can see by the picture it is a very tight mass growing from one side, over the top and down the other side. Do they usually do this? I have had these for quite a few years and none of them have every grown like this.
Check with a local nursery...bordo or bordeaux is available at local nurseries in my area. I don't think you will need rooting hormone but if getting enough cuttings, why not try some with and some without.
Todd, you were right, that fasciated lewisia did not bloom. But the plus side is that it is such an interesting form in the garden. I haven't tried to divide or propagate it yet. To many other things taking up time right now. It does appear to be putting out pups, I will take a new picture and post it.