Propagation Photos

Click for a larger image. A collection of vegetative sun coleus that has been successfully propagated. (Photo: Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Trailing dusty miller is an unpatented vegetative annual that serves as a great filler plant in containers. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Most rooting stations today are required to have screening to avoid infestations of disease-harboring insects. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Flats of lavender rooting on electrically heated mats. An intermittent mist system keeps the plants from desiccating. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Successfully propagated cuttings have healthy roots and shoots. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. A collection of ornamental sweetpotatoes under mist. (Photo: Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Successfully propagated cuttings have healthy roots and shoots. (Photo: Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Flats of bacopa and mimulus rooting on electrically heated mats. An intermittent mist system keeps the plants from desiccating. (Photo: James L. Gibson)
Click for a larger image. Rooting stations are diligent in their packing efforts. The netting helps to hold rooted cuttings in place. (Photo: Brian E. Whipker)
Click for a larger image. Vinca vine is an unpatented, easy-to-propagate plant. (Photo: James L. Gibson)

Downloading or reproducing photographs without written permission is a violation of copyright.

Back


Floriculture Home | Floriculture Group | Commercial Floriculture Leaflets | Floriculture Research Reports | Floriculture Software | Plug Research | Horticultural Substrates Lab | Ornamentals & Turf Insects | Insects & Related Pests | NC State Disease Clinic | Horticulture Home | JC Raulston Arboretum | Nursery Crops | Consumer Hort


Contact Webmaster
*This site is best viewed with Netscape 4.X or later and Internet Explorer 5.X or later.*