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Q.Can I Use Soil Instead Of A Sand And Soil Mix, To Root English Ivy Cuttings?

Zone Jerusalem, Israel | Anonymous added on May 12, 2021 | Answered

I don’t have sand, or access to sand. I read your post on propagating English Ivy. Do you think my cuttings will be successful in (not sandy) soil? Thank you!

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Answered on May 14, 2021

Sand works best, but you can try a combination of potting soil and perlite and using rooting hormone. The other thing you can try is rooting your cuttings in water. Here's an article that may be helpful:

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