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Transplanting  Vines from the Garden - Continued 


Step 9:  Put the plants roots in the pot and cover the roots with soil.  Water the pot well.  

Step 10.  Soak the potted transplant in a tub of water for at least 3 hours.  Remove the pot from the tub and put in a shaded area of the yard.  Keep the soil moist.

Step11.  In about 1-2 months you will start seeing new leaves developing.  The vine transplant should now have more roots.   Plant beside a fence or trellis.  Keep well watered.

Tip:

I had so many of these offshoots coming up from the roots of one of my passion vines that I didn't have time to pot them all.  I simply placed them in a pot with holes in the bottom and put  pot  in the tub of water making sure that the leaves were above the water level.  They have been in there for a few weeks now and are doing fine.

I've been waiting for a really good rain to try to plant them directly by the fence, but it looks like I will have to use a sprinkler since the rain keeps going by to the north of us.

 

Prepared Pot with Transplant

Vine Transplant Potted and Soaking (the Orange Pot on the right).

*Note:  Includes hardwood and softwood cuttings of  house plants,  trees, shrubs and vines

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