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Joined: 9/06/2007
Location: Kellyville, Okla
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Posted: Oct/14/2010 5:25 AM PST

The first two pics are of to rooted beautiful jade cuttings, that my friend Mary, (RiverRock), was so kind to send to me.
The second pic is of cuttings from a very old Jade, that was sent to me by my friend Lark............
I just love all of them, they are very nice and very healthy, I just hope I can do them justice, and keep them this way.............John

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Joined: 6/18/2010
Location: Southeast Wisconsin
Posts: 1025
Posted: Oct/14/2010 3:53 PM PST

They are looking nice John. I've got a few going too from a friend. Certainly not as big of cuttings as you. I have two leaf and one small stem cutting. I checked them today and they are rooting very nice. I've got a succulent in there that I don't know what it is but it's rooting and doing well. LOL
(the middle plant is an Impatiens cutting I had no where to go with so I plopped it in with them).

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Joined: 3/28/2008
Location: Lancaster, SC
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Posted: Oct/15/2010 1:50 PM PST

I hope they do well for the both of you!!
SowingSeeds
Joined: 1/08/2010
Location: Tampa, Florida
Posts: 506
Posted: Oct/21/2010 11:06 AM PST

hey they are so cue young babies. I wish you good luck for their future. Take good care of them
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Joined: 1/21/2010
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Posted: Nov/01/2010 3:53 PM PST

Bugnut, how are the cuttings doings? Here is the MAMA plant, 38 years old. In the old boots are some cuttings I planted in Spring.

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Joined: 9/06/2007
Location: Kellyville, Okla
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Posted: Nov/02/2010 4:03 AM PST

Lark, your cuttings are doing really well. They have started putting on new growth. I still have them under my grow lights.
I should have cleaned the leaves off before I took the pics.
Thanks again for your generosity, I love them. Maybe soon they will look as good as yours in the boots...........John

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Joined: 4/29/2008
Location: Westlake, La
Posts: 10091
Posted: Nov/02/2010 5:33 AM PST

Lark-that is a gorgeous plant! Has it ever bloomed? Years ago I went to a party where the hostess had one in bloom-It was spectacular! John your cuttings look great-whenever I start one is looks bad for months.
bugnut blog photos
Joined: 9/06/2007
Location: Kellyville, Okla
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Posted: Nov/07/2010 2:20 PM PST

My Jades are coming along nicely. Thanks to RiverRock, Lark and Ryan. I really love them, and I love to watch them grow. I keep them under my grow lights for about 14 hrs a day...........John

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Posted: Nov/07/2010 5:19 PM PST

Yes Carolyn it has bloomed. For many years I summered the jade outside and it always bloomed. Now it is too hard to move it in and out. It has not bloomed since I kept it inside.
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Joined: 2/22/2009
Location: Oregon
Posts: 609
Posted: Feb/17/2011 9:32 PM PST

John just so you know the 3 you have in the front part of the last pic are not jades, they are Portulacaria Afra.

Everything looks lovely, how is it all doing now?
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