I recently rooting some woody plants to see what I could come up with. I already have about 400 plants in my nursery area to include: mondo grass, dwarf mondo grass, stella de oro day lillies, mexican petunia, big blue liriope, vairegated liriope, vinca minor, and a few varieties of iris. I've been adding and dividing theses plants since last spring, and have already made some extra cash from including them in my installs. I have a drip irrigation zone set up for them, and my progress is good. I now have over 500 plants in the rooting stage, including: daisy gardenia, gardenia radicans, august beauty gardenia, kaladiscope abelia, trailing lantana, chappel hill lantana, 2 types of butterfly bush, shasta daisy, sky pencil holly and a few others that are in the questionable stage. I've also re-potted several small plants from my wholesalers to see how fast I'm able to size up the pots...just to see if its worth doing. I don't have a green house, but I found a good deal at walmart for their 72 cell seed starters for $3 each. They work great! I had aerial roots on vinca minor in 3 days, 1 CM roots on trailing lantana in 1 week, and 1-2 cm roots on sky pencil holly in 1 month. I put some butterfly bush cuttings outside in 4'' pots less than a month ago, and have about 2'' of root on them now; I started with rooting gardenia cuttings for about 4 weeks in water, and finally decided to put them in pots because I wasn't seeing any action...I have 4'' pots almost full now! I use rooting powder. What are you guys growing for install? Do you only use your plants for install, or do you sell them to the public too? Please don't talk legality to me because I already know it. Just curious to what others are doing, as I may have found my new calling--or just a really busy hobby that makes money, possibly another branch of business in the future. So far I've just been recycling pots from previous installs.