Starting Plants from Cuttings

Tips for starting plants from cuttings. Post your ideas.

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Starting Plaints from Cuttings

To root plants or trees. It is best to start with new growth from the plant, (the soft stems). I dip them in rooting hormone and then a flower pot of sand. Keep moist and in the shade. Water daily when needed.

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By Karen (07/18/2005)

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Starting Plants from Cuttings

I never use anything on cuttings I root, I have good luck just sticking them in a pot of dirt, keep damp, for a year then transplant them where I want them or give them away to friends. I root a lot of fig trees, roses, etc. Good luck. (03/31/2009)

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