Written by Maggie
Jan 27 2021
Creeping Jenny is a very promising groundcover plant, has scattered stasis detumescence, lishi retreat to the yellow effect. It is a kind of medicinal value of plants and landscape construction. How to propagate Creeping Jenny? Let's see the propagation methods of Creeping Jenny.
The leaves of the plants are first properly removed, then cut into stem segments about two to three centimetres long, which are scattered on a wet seedbed, firmly pressed by the foot or gently repressed by the iron wheel. Adhesion between the leaves and the joints and roots often causes the stem segments to form clumps or bunches. When we apply the sowing propagation method of Creeping Jenny, care is taken to separate them as far as possible so as not to affect reproductive survival.If spread in July and August breeding, about a month can cover the ground.
To peep in on peeping Jenny plants, cut them into 7 to 10 centimeters long cuttings with four to six segments. Creeping Jenny plants will be cut into a bundle of two or three, or five to six if the plants are thinner, paying attention to the direction in which each segment is growing. When we apply the cave plant propagation method of Creeping Jenny, make sure that a third or at least two knobs of the cuttings are buried in the soil, then press them down firmly with the foot. When the area is large, it can be suppressed by iron rollers so that the knobs are in good contact with the soil. Take care that the iron wheel is not heavy, and gentle repression will do. The spacing of planting rows is 10 cm ×10 cm. If you propagate creeping jenny by caving plants in summer, you can cover the ground in about 40 days.
When we apply the cutting propagation method of Creeping Jenny, each square meter inserted 800 plants, cutting substrate with 3 grass carbon, 1 cooked soil, 1 fine sand, substrate thickness of 12 to 15 cm. A 10×10 cm black film bowl can also be used to fill the matrix, and seedlings can be multiplied in the bowl, which can be directly used after the seedlings survive.
When we apply the layering propagation method of creeping Jenny, dig the seedbed into rows about 15 cm apart planting trenches, trenches about 2 to 3 cm deep.Cut the stolons into 10 to 15 cm long segments (the shoots are slightly longer), then put 2 to 4 segments in a bunch into the planting ditch. Cover with soil and compaction. In summer, they can cover the ground in about 50 days.