Growing Gruner – part 2: tiny, tiny roots?

After about 5 days in water there is maybe, maybe the beginning of tiny roots on the gruner veltliner cuttings. I’ve had to change the water several times, to keep it fresh. Here’s how it looks right now:

Gruner veltliner, copyright BKWine Photography

If you look closely you can see a little white spot on what looks like a bud. You see it best on the right hand cutting.



Gruner veltliner label, copyright BKWine Photography

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2 Responses to Growing Gruner – part 2: tiny, tiny roots?

  1. Gottfried March 16, 2011 at 15:01 #


    No, no roots there already
    just wait a few more weeks and change the water now and then

  2. Per and Britt, BKWine March 16, 2011 at 15:25 #

    Will do!

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