Three out of the four salvia cuttings have taken, and almost all the Mona lavender cuttings are taking too. I don't know what I'll do with all these plants but it's good to have them on hand. The Mona lavender cuttings in the ground are starting to spring up nicely too.
The cuttings are doing great in this warmish, damp weather. The kenilworth ivy all rooted really well, as you an see here, so I decided to plant it out along the narrow front bed under the birch trees. The blackbirds kick the bark dust into the path all the time, so I'm hoping it'll form a mat that along the edge so there's nothing for them to kick.
With a bit of patience, cuttings sure are a great way of getting free plants. I'm finding that the trick is to keep them moist at all times but not too wet, and to make sure they don't get too hot.