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3. Cutting of cissus
Whatever type of cissus (Cissus) is not discussed, along with endurance and unpretentiousness, this plant is also characterized by simplicity of reproduction. Plants, which we call either indoor birches or indoor grapes are fast-growing and quickly rooting vines that can cope with any decorative task.
Cissus, a climbing competitor of ivy, clings to supports with its hidden tendrils. Dissected or whole, rich green, the leaves of the plant really are very reminiscent of the greenery of birches.
Cissus shoots can stretch up to one and a half meters, they are very flexible and thin, they perfectly wrap around the supports. The plant creates, although a classic-looking, lush crown, but it looks visually light and gentle.
You can literally cut the cissus cuttings whenever you like, at any time of the year, but cuttings cut in the second half of winter and in spring show the greatest rooting and growth rate. The plant can be rooted simply in water or soil, planting 3-4 cuttings in one small pot. To root cissus, you need a cool room temperature of 18 to 22 degrees. Errors during rooting will not work if you leave at least two buds on the cuttings.
Rooting of cuttings in this vine takes about 2.5 - 3 weeks. Immediately after the first roots appear, cissus cuttings rooted in water can be planted in small containers.
Cissus grow well in any bright place and can spend the summer in a garden or on a balcony, put up with artificial lighting and easily adapt to different living conditions. Abundant summer watering and discreet winter watering, frequent spraying, forming at will and standard feeding during the period of active development - that's all that cissus will need.
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