Taking cuttings from Tylecodon Wallichi

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Taking cuttings from Tylecodon Wallichi

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Its about to turn Winter here and have just started watering it and some new leaves have emerged. I am thinking about taking 4 cuttings, from the sides of the plant and wondering the best time and season to do it, Thankyou.
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Autumn wherever you are but won’t 4 cuttings rather spoil your plant? What if the cuttings don’t take?
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mickthecactus wrote: Thu Apr 25, 2024 1:14 am Autumn wherever you are but won’t 4 cuttings rather spoil your plant? What if the cuttings don’t take?
I might do it soon, as we have another month of Autumn before Winter and I agree, I will take one cutting next to a growth you can see in the photo and it will keep the plant even. One is enough for the time being and the plant will look better, plus I`ll be able to see how things go, thanks.
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