Rooting Solutions™


All-Natural Rooting Enhancer

4 oz. Jar of All-Natural Hormone Powder, Made From Stem-Running Invasive Plants!

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How To Use Rooting Powder:

  1. Cut just below stem nodes, at an angle.
  2. For soft & hardwood cuttings: Soak the stems in water for 24 hours.
  3. Carefully & safely scrape & remove any bark on the rooting end, using the sharp end of scissors or a knife.
  4. Dampen the rooting end of any cutting with sterile water, allowing all excess water to drip off.
  5. Dip the dampened end of the stem into the rooting powder.
  6. Tap the stem gently over the jar to release, and reuse, excess powder.
  7. Prepare planting holes with a tool, preventing smearing the powder. 
  8. Stick the end of the stem into the soil and gently pat the soil at the base of the stem.
  9. Cover cuttings with a clear plastic, trapping in humidity, & recycling the water.
  10. Check root growth every 4 weeks, only water it if needed, & transplant it once the roots are established.

There is an overuse of synthetic hormones in every industry today, including for growing plants. Most rooting powders are synthetic, man-made hormones. I was inspired to create my own rooting powder a few years ago because I wanted one that was all-natural. I wanted to use some of the plants that I wildcraft, which are known to be invasive because of the dense rooting hormones throughout their stems. Plants that produce “runners” are a prime example of stems that can produce roots.

As a plant lover and grower, I always have this rooting hormone powder on hand. I not only love having the knowledge to take cuttings from the many beautiful plants, flowers, and trees that I encounter in daily life and while in the forest, but I also love having the most unique and effective tools to do so! As far as I can tell, there is no other rooting hormone powder that is made from some of the most invasive plants known, such as this!

I have found that the plants that many websites tell us to use, do not seem to work as well as promised. The type of plants that may specialize in this process may be some of the most invasive plants on the planet! This is because rooting hormones are especially high in the stems! I was so happy with the end result because it works amazingly!

Japanese knotweed is a plant that we wildcraft and we have to use caution because dropping even a section of a stem may produce an entirely new plant! We have property that is completely surrounded in honeysuckle vines, which begin to produce roots the second the stems climb down the wall and reach the ground. Bamboo is known as one of the most invasive nuisances that many cannot seem to ever get under control. We use weeping willow to as a substitute for aspirin, which many sites tell us to use because it contains natural compounds are used to make aspirin! Chinese Wisteria is known for its invasive stems that are highly capable of producing roots. Bittersweet is awfully invasive and it never seems to go away because it is so good at producing roots!

Anyone who knows the Mile-A-Minute vine, may understand its capability to completely cover anything in its way! We dehydrate aloe vera gel to add to this blend because it is highly antibacterial, antifungal, and it is said to protect cuttings from pathogens. Lastly, many growers suggest to substitute the dipping water with apple cider vinegar because it provides beneficial microbes. Forsythia is a plant that produces runners, which are stems that produce roots, which places it as an ideal choice for this blend. Peppermint is a plant that requires boarders because its runners produce massive roots that may take over if they are not controlled. Lastly, by adding it in its powdered form, it, and its microbe content, are revived when dipped. It also avoids you having to get anything other than this powder!

Just like humans have growth hormones, plants do as well. There are many types of plant hormones and we will scratch the surface by explaining some of the things they may offer. They are responsible for the actions related to the bending and leaning towards the sun, involved in cell growth, and cellular expansion. Specific hormones play a role in the developmental stages in plants, making stems longer between the nodes, and in turn increasing the storage capacity for vitamins and nutrients that support a plant’s mass, density, and a more bountiful harvest. Some hormones initiate cell division, the creation of plant organs, like a root or a shoot, as well as delaying aging by stimulating cells to divide. It is the plant’s hormones that signify when water is needed, which stimulates cells to shrivel and close the stomata.

Happy Planting!!!

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