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Can I Root Plumbago From Cuttings?

By Elizabeth Balarini ; Updated September 21, 2017
It is possible to root plumbago from cuttings.
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You can root plumbago from cuttings. Cut a 6-inch piece off of a plumbago plant. Fill a cup or small flower pot with moist potting soil, and press the cut end approximately 2- to 3-inches deep into the soil. Keep the soil moist to enable the cutting develops a root system.


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