These 7 Cuttings Never Die In Rainy Months
In the post, you should plant these 8 cuttings during the rainy season and how to plant these cutting
- Moss rose
- Money plant
- Syngonium cutting
- Yellow oleander
- Croton cutting
- Crape jasmine
- Ipomoea tricolour
Why We Plant Cutting During the Rainy Season: Plant growth increases during the rainy season, and the rainwater boosts or enhances the rooting system. One of the main reasons to plant cutting is cutting growth increase two times more, and roots germinate within 4 to 5 days.
Moss roses are also known as Mexican roses; the sun rose, rose mose, eleven o’clock, and moss-rose purslane. Most of the gardeners are called noubajiya plants. It blooms many types of flowers like red, pink, white, yellow…etc. After 2 to 3 months of a plantation, blooming starts on the plants. During the rainy season, you can plant its cutting and rooting starts within 4 to 5 days.
- Cut out the branches at a 45-degree angle and cut out the bottom leaves.
- Dip the cutting in rooting hormone liquid (optional).
- Plant the cutting in soil potting and place the pot in a semi-shaded location.
Money plant is one of the most popular vines or plants, and it is easily seen in many homes, offices, and gardens. The money plant is not a flowering plant, and it is a foliage plant with many types of leaves with greenish and yellow shades. You can plant its cutting during the rainy season because it gives the best result in the rainy season. Its vine grows many feet.
- Cut the one branch from the money plant.
- Dip the cutting in honey or rooting hormone liquid.
- Dig a hole (2 to 4 inches deep) with your finger or tools and plant the cutting.
- Give some water and place the pot in an indoor location.
It is the most popular plant in the family of Araceae. It is also a foliage plant, and it is popular due to its leaves. Syngonium plant has different types of leaves like green with white, reddish, and white with pink shade…etc. Over time, plants grow up to 2 feet tall and spread up to 8 to 10 inches. During the rainy season, you can plant its cutting and within 7 to 8 days, rooting starts from the cutting.
- Cut the branch by 3 to 5 inches and cut out the bottom leaves.
- Plant it in soil potting and spray some water.
- Place the pot in full sunlight.
Yellow oleander is a perennial plant in the family of Apocynaceae, and its scientific name is Cascabela Thevetia. It’s native to Mexico and Central America. Most of the part of oleander plant is poisonous. During the summer season, blooming starts from the plants, and it blooms with yellow flowers funnel-shaped. It is also known as lucky-nut (West Indies). We have two methods to plant yellow oleander, seeds and cutting. During the rainy season, the cutting method gives the best result.
- Cutting should be 5 to 8 inches long with 45 degrees of cut.
- Plant the cutting 5 to 6 inches deep in the soil potting.
Croton plant is a pervasive plant with different types of large leaves (green with yellow shade, green with red shade, and dark red). It is also a foliage plant, and it also blooms flowers. It is popular because it has different types of leaves with flowers, and leaves grow up to 10 to 15 inches tall. It is an indoor plant. It gives the best result in the rainy season. The rainy season is the best time for plantation.
- We have two methods for plantation, seed, and cutting.
- The cutting method gives the best result during the rainy season.
Crape jasmine is one of the most popular flowering plants. It belongs to the Apocynaceae family, and its scientific name is Tabernaemontana divaricata. It blooms white flowers and gives a fragrant smell. Flowers have five petals, and the centre part is light yellow. Most gardeners are called Chandni plants or shrubs.
- The rainy season is the best time for plantation.
- Within 3 to 4 months of the plantation, blooming starts on the plants.
- For the best results, place the crape jasmine in full sunlight.
Ipomoea Tricolor Plant
Ipomoea is an evergreen plant, and it is the largest flowering plant in the family of Convolvulaceae. It blooms many types of flowers like pink, purple, lavender, and blue with connected petals. Ipomoea has many common names like sweet potato, bindweed, moonflower, morning glory, and kangkung. Convolvulaceae family has 500+ species available worldwide. Plant growth increases during the rainy season, so plantation methods are simple.
- Cutting is the fastest way to grow roots.
- Cut out one branch (6 to 8 inches) from the ipomoea plant and remove the bottom leaves.
- Dip a branch in rooting hormone liquid and plant the cutting in 3 to 4 inches deep.
- Place the pot in a semi-shaded location.
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