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How to Grow Honeysuckle Vine From Cuttings
Step-by-step instructions for taking a stem cutting from a honeysuckle vine plant and rooting it in potting mix to grow a new plant.
Melissa J. Will
Rooting hormone powder
Plastic food bag
Clean snippers with rubbing alcohol.
Take an 8-inch cutting by snipping below a leaf node.
Pinch off lower leaves from lower 4-inches of stem.
Use scalpel to slice outer skin off bottom 2-inches of stem.
Dip lower 2-inches of stem in rooting hormone powder and tap off excess.
Place stem in potting mix, burying lower 2-inches and secure in place.
Water thoroughly and continue watering as needed.
Use bamboo skewer as tent pole to hold plastic bag over plant to retain humidity (optional).
Place in warm spot with indirect sun (70°F / 21°C).
When roots are 1-3 inches long, transplant to garden.
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