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Where to Cut Stems for Plant Cuttings - Gardening - About.com
Plant stems send out new roots from the stem nodes. As shown here, making plant cuttings at a node increases the success for making new plants from the ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/gardenprimer/ss/Cuttings_6.htm
Taking a Stem Cutting of a Garden Plant - Gardening - About.com
Established plants can be used to take stem cuttings and make more plants. A short cutting with a couple of leaves is all you need to propagate a new plant.
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Mother Plant - Gardening - About.com
What is a mother plant and what do you do with it when you make plant cuttings? ... to Root Plant Cuttings · Save Your Homestead Money with Plant Propagation ...
http://gardening.about.com/od/seedstarting/g/Mother_Plant.htm
3 Easy Plant Propagating Techniques - Homesteading - About.com
Taking "cuttings" from a mature plant and encouraging the cuttings to grow their own roots is a form of asexual propagation. In other words, sex has nothing to do  ...
http://homesteading.about.com/od/Homestead-Garden-Orchard/fl/3-Easy-Plant-Propagation-Techniques.htm
Rooting Plants—How to Root Plants from Cuttings - Houseplants
About.com · About Home · Houseplants · Propagation ... It's economical because you increase your plant collection for little to no cost (just the soil and pots!) ... Once your transfer a water-rooted plant to soil, many of thes...
http://houseplants.about.com/od/propagatingyourplants/a/RootingCuttings.htm
Tolmiea menziesii—Growing the Piggy-back Plant - Houseplants
Tips on growing the unusual Tolmiea, also known as the piggy-back plant or ... Propagation: ... Place the adult plant in a new, slightly larger pot, with fresh soil.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/More_Plant_Profiles/p/Tolmiea-Menziesii-Growing-The-Piggy-Back-Plant.htm
How to Propagate Bromeliads at Home - Houseplants - About.com
After the bract is dead, the "mother" plant will send out a series of offsets, ... This kind of propagation is known as asexual reproduction; it's a form of cloning.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/bromeliads/a/Propagating-Bromeliads-How-To-Propagate-Bromeliads.htm
Gynura—How to Grow Velvet Plant Indoors - Houseplants - About.com
Tips on how to grow the exotic and interesting velvet plant, or Gynura species. ... The Gynura plant features lovely foliage and very stinky flowers. ... Propagation:.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/Yet_More_Profiles/p/Gynura-How-To-Grow-Velvet-Plant-Indoors.htm
Fittonia—How to Grow Fittonia Houseplants - About.com
Fittonia is a lovely plant with delicately veined, deep green leaves. ... take leaf tip shoots for propagation, then root prune the parent plant and place it back into ...
http://houseplants.about.com/od/More_Plant_Profiles/p/Fittonia-How-To-Grow-Fittonia-Houseplants.htm
Jade Plants—How to Grow Crassula Species - Houseplants
Jade plant is known for its ease of propagation. Plants can be easily propagated from a single leaf: sprout leaves by placing them into a succulent or cacti mix, ...
http://houseplants.about.com/od/succulentsandcacti/p/JadePlant.htm
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