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A wonderful gift can be grown from your own house plants. This page is about creating gifts from plant cuttings.


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July 29, 2012

Take plant cuttings now from plants such as spider plant, Christmas cactus, geraniums, etc. to use for quick inexpensive gifts later in the season. Even Dallas/Boston ferns can be divided into smaller plants. That way your cuttings will be established before it's time to give them away.


By Cheryl from Trinity, NC

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August 3, 2017

I wouldn't doubt that many of you have forsythia. I have the Lynwood Gold hybrid. Now is a good time to root cuttings for giving to friends and relatives. They are so easy to root, they will root most anywhere, under most conditions, even in a glass of water.

What are you waiting for? Snap off a few pieces, put them in damp soil in a shady place. Within two weeks you should have what I have here, (they do root quickly). You will be remembered fondly every spring!


Link: I don't have a picture of my own in bloom. Here's a link to a nice shot.

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October 26, 20041 found this helpful

Root several plant cuttings in soil in empty sour cream or cottage cheese containers, yogurt containers or cut down plastic bottles. Drill or punch a few drainage holes. Pick up a few cheap pots, large mugs or whatever at yard sales and you have an "almost" free gift.

By Linda

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December 13, 20060 found this helpful

Houseplant Cuttings As Gifts. For a thrifty gift this year, I decided to give pieces of my newly trimmed houseplants that I had rooted with a little poem attached. I ran into an issue finding decent priced pots to plant them in this non repotting time of year.

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November 13, 20040 found this helpful

I often give plants that I have started from cuttings as gifts. To brighten these up I use a water pic from the florist with one or 2 blossoms from my yard to add a bit of color.

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August 31, 20170 found this helpful

Succulents are easy to propagate and equally easy to grow. This makes them a good and often inexpensive choice for gift giving. This is a page about giving succulents as gifts.

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April 19, 20010 found this helpful

Some great tips for making hanging baskets and starting plants from cuttings.

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