Have Propagating bench - Now What?

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Have Propagating bench - Now What?
« on: October 25, 2018, 21:42 »
Hi.

I've built a heated propagating bench with misting.  I'm good at building and have done some lavander, saliva and origanum on it but now see that it's not got anything propagating on it!!!  Ooops!!!

Any suggestions as to now (October 25th) what could it be used for?  I'm particularly interested in propagating pollinator plants.  Anything bee or butterfly related would be what I'm aiming for.

Or does it lay dormant until next year?

Any advice most welcome.

Adri

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Re: Have Propagating bench - Now What?
« Reply #1 on: October 26, 2018, 08:59 »
Possibly salvias, as they usually root OK through the Autumn so with your new bench they may respond a little later.....
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