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This is NOT the Rose of Jericho
thank you for sharing your experience and get grafting method. I got 1 out of 3 successful the first try
which will be more effective glue or binding process
Do you water the plant after grafting it?
What type of glue used? Brand
Great video . help us a lot….
where I can buy of the seeds , please send me where, please.. i am from Brazil
wow, great way. Thank for your share ( from Vietnam)
nice video thank you
Hello . Nice Video, I want to know how i can buy the seeds of Adenium , I need one person whos sale the Seeds , Because i lost lot of money i send the money but the poeple do not send me anything.
please send me one contact. I am From Brazil
what do you do with the stem parts you cut off, that are not grafted onto another plant? Can you start another plant with them?
I saw some people in vn grafting plumeria and desert rose , is it work or not, may I ask. .?
Cambodian? he talks like my dad :-]
Hi R ichard. i have pink. flower .i got it in bdos. i would like to get diffrent colour. i live in west indies. it is. very far from tyland i enjoy looking at ur dad he make it look so simple .thanks for a reply god bless whit uall doing.
my trunk isn't so big??
This is an exceptional video – please thank your dad for sharing his knowledge. Impressive!
Doesn't the super glue tarnish the plant?
waaaaaa thank you so much for sharing! say hi to your dad and may he be as happy as he is in the video alwAYS!.
Great video! Your dad explained it very well. I'm so inspired!
Wow! You blew my mind! Never knew you can do that to a plant. Thank you, and your dad!
WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED AT? HERE IN HOUSTON…
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