Sunday, July 27, 2008

We finally made it back to our secret spot after 2 very long weeks. Our intentions on returning to the infamous Coccoloba uvifera 'Albo-variegata' or the Variegated Sea Grape were to attempt to Air Layer a few pieces. We brought our Air Layering kit that was packed with clear plastic bags, black plastic bags, root hormone, sphagnum moss, twisty ties, water, and the trusty old pocket knife. In about thirty minutes we were able to Air Layer 6 branches. If you want to see more pictures of the infamous Coccoloba uvifera 'Albo-variegata' or the Variegated Sea Grape then click here. The following pictures are of the Air Layering ( Variegated Sea Grape ) Project.










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2 comments:

Mother Nature said...

Good job! I was happy because I propagated a piece that broke off my petunia.;)

Misty said...

Hi,
I can't find your contact info anywhere on the site. I live an hour from Ft. Pierce and am interested in buying a rooted variegated sea grape cutting for a christmas present if you have any available.
Thanks!