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Thread: Reasonable Unrooted cutting prices?

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    Sure that would be great. Thanks Santa
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    Obviously it depends on the species, but I'd figure unrooted cuttings should be sold for a fraction of what the actual plant would cost. Generally, I wouldn't feel right taking money for unrooted cuttings, as they are prone to fail especially after being mailed across the country. Exceptional and rare species are the exception to this, though.

    I wouldn't pay anything for an unrooted N. x ventrata cutting, and I wouldn't pay more than five bucks or so for an unrooted N. ovata cutting, if that. Once ovata starts to vine, it grows VERY quickly. I've got 10 feet of N. ovata vine right now, but am waiting to see if it flowers before chopping it up.

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    its also the speed some plants grow. you will always see ventrata and ventricosa cuttings but never a lowii or villosa or somthing slow like that. some others also just dont take well to cuttings or are very slow.
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