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July 14, 20161 found this helpful

I found it interesting that you start your cuttings in water. So many people start theirs in sand or a combination of sand and potting soil. I am going to try for the first time some cuttings of Crepe Myrtle. I decided to try the water method. I get impatient to see results. Being able to see some progress I think will make it more fun.

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