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What to do with frosted crown of thorns cutting?

A friend gave me a crown of thorns cutting, I went through the proper propagation process, unfortunately it got frosted, two weeks ago, I noticed yesterday it still has a green stem will it survive what should I do?

Submitted: 03:30PM, 27 Jul 2012
Answer: Hi Hannah,

What a shame your cuttings have been affected by frost. I wouldn’t be too concerned as this a really tough plant. If there is some green stem visible, this is a good sign that your cuttings will survive. Just nurse them along, keep them in a warm protected spot and regularly check the moisture level in the soil.

Answered: 10:06AM, 30 Jul 2012


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