How to grow Glechoma hederacea from cuttings

Glechoma hederacea
  • Common name(s): Ground-Ivy, Gill-over-the-Ground
  • Family: Lamiaceae
  • Stem cuttings: yes
  • Leaf cuttings: no
  • Root cuttings/runners: no
  • Time: spring to fall
  • Lighting: bright to part sunny with morning, evening and winter sun
  • Soil: mixes for indoor plants, cacti, herbs and vegetables – Ground-Ivy does best in humous to sandy-loamy ground
  • Temperature: 15 to 30 °C
  • New growth after: new roots and first leaves are shown after 2 to 4 weeks
  • More infos: each cutting should have a minimum of 2 leaves. The images show the cultivar Glechoma hederacea “Variegata”.

Glechoma hederacea Variegata

Glechoma hederacea Variegata

Glechoma hederacea Variegata

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