Tasks in the garden

A week of semi-ripe cuttings and cartoons from The Wrigglers

The Wrigglers Omnibus on taking semi-ripe cuttings and general sillyness to get them to root and grow well

It’s the Sunday Omnibus of The Wrigglers #cartoon about semi-ripe cuttings – giving some #rooting and care tips. Check out the slideshow here, and get more at – follow the silly blog for regular updates

Plant hormone levels are high in the autumn months, so should root and grow well! Keeping your soil moist but not waterlogged will help reduce the chance of mould once propagated

There are some links below that share top advice and show you exactly what to do. The worms mean well, but I wouldn’t listen to everything they have to say …

Top plants to propagate from cuttings in autumn include: Salvias, Culinary Sage, Box, Rosemary, Penstemons, Lavender.

Gardener’s World advice on How to use Rooting Hormones

Semi-ripe cuttings – from Sue Jeffries, a trained horticulturalist and teacher based in Lancashire

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