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I have a relative who works at Home Depot and from what she says, you don't even need to go to all the trouble of pinching and rooting.

She says that because of their 1 year plant return policy, they get people who buy trays of flowers in the spring and plant them. Then they dig them up and return them in the fall.

She says that some people even try to return their Christmas Trees in January!

A few years ago I used to have some potting compound the came in a samll is tub with a green dibber on the lid . i believe the compound was also greenish in colour.

For the life of me I can't remember the name and wondered if anybody can point me in the right direction from the description.

It was fantastic and the hibiscus cuttings i took would root within days , yet the current stuff i have tried , they won't root at all.

Thanks

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