Re: NANFA-- Small Tanks- Fish Love Roots

R. W. Wolff (
Mon, 6 Jan 2003 11:35:52 -0600

I don't know how this will work indoors, but I had a small weeping willow I
started in my one pond outside. During winter the rabbits chewed it up,
essentially snipping the branches off and they lay along the shore. By mid
spring most of these had turned into small trees. Having enough light was
probably what helped. This would probably be your best bet to get something
going. No root hormone was needed for weeping willow cuttings in water.
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