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How To Use Rooting Hormones For Plant Cuttings

Only one way to create a new plant that is identical to the parent plant is to take a piece of the plant, known as a cutting, and grow another one. Popular ways to make new plants is from root cuttings, stem cutting and leaf cuttings—oftentimes using a root...
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Transplanting guide for gardeners

Your transplanting success will increase if you’ll observe a few simple rules that take into account the plants’ needs. Basic as they are, simple as they may seem, they are still the fundamentals around which successful transplanting is built, so follow them and give the plants the best...
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Salvia Propagation using cuttings

Salvias are a large group of plants popular for adding colour to borders in late summer. The perennial types vary in hardiness so a good way to safeguard against winter losses is to root cuttings. This is simple to do and it is satisfying to share these long-flowering...
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Air layering of plants

Air layering is an effective propagation method for some plants that do not root readily from cuttings and which often lack low-growing shoots suitable for conventional layering, such as magnolia, hazel, Cotinus and flowering Cornus species. Other suitable plants for air layering include: acers, camellia, Chaenomeles, daphnes, Ficus,Forsythia, Hamamelis,...
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Rose Planting Guide

Roses are considered one of the most amazing & lovely Plants all over the world, All of us wonder how anyone can propagate roses in his back garden; probably propagating roses is very easy method which we will explain it in the following points: On planting day,refresh the...
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Root Cuttings

Propagating your home plants from root cutting is one of the new methods most of us do not know it & also is unfamiliar to many gardeners,it is not a difficult way of propagation but you need first to know a few tips for this method of Propagation....
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