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Rhizomes - Propagation by Cutting  Continued

Step 5. Some of the larger rhizomes have 'eyes' similar to a potato as shown (pencil is pointing to it).

Step 6. Cut the rhizomes into sections making sure that each section has at least one eye.

Step 7.  Cut the leaves with a pair of scissors leaving one inch of leaves remaining.

Step 8. Holding the rhizome inside the bag, shake off the excess powder, then remove the rhizome from the bag (wear rubber gloves, preferably disposable ones).

Step 9. Your new rhizomes are now ready to plant back outdoors.  Be sure to space them at least 6-8 inches apart to allow for growth.

The live roots should be buried, but the top 1/4 inch of rhizome should remain above the soil.  Water lightly.

 

Bearded Iris Bloom

 

Rhizome 'Eyes'

Rhizome Cuttings

Iris Leaves being Cut

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

Rhizomes by Cutting                                                         Oxalis Bulbs by Sections