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Gardening Tips: Use Stem Cuttings to Make New Plants
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.
http://gardening.about.com/od/gardenprimer/ss/Cuttings_5.htm
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 ...
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How to Grow Cutting from Established Plants - Gardening - About.com
Increase the plants in your home and garden by taking cuttings from existing plants and rooting them to make more plants. Here's how, step-by-step.
http://gardening.about.com/od/gardenprimer/ss/Cuttings.htm
Rooting Plants—How to Root Plants from ... - Houseplants
How to root young plants from cuttings, including the use of rooting hormone and tips for success. ... About.com · About Home · Houseplants · Propagation ... It's economical because you increase your plant collection for little to no cost (just the ...
http://houseplants.about.com/od/propagatingyourplants/a/RootingCuttings.htm
How to Propagate Bromeliads at Home - Houseplants - About.com
Learn how to propagate your bromeliads from offsets (pups) produced by the mother plant.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/bromeliads/a/Propagating-Bromeliads-How-To-Propagate-Bromeliads.htm
How to Use Powdered Rooting Hormone - Houseplants - About.com
How to propagate plants using powdered rooting hormone.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/propagatingyourplants/a/RootHormone.htm
Propagate Perennials - Layering, Cuttings, and Dividing - Flowers
Gardeners can propagate perennial flowers by dividing plants, layering plants, and rooting stem cuttings.
http://flowers.about.com/od/Perennial-Flowers/tp/Propagate-Perennial-Flowers.htm
Propagating Lucky Bamboo — How to Root Lucky Bamboo Plants
Attractive at first, they will quickly result in an unbalanced plant. Fortunately, lucky bamboo is easily propagated. Taking cuttings. The first step is to take a healthy ...
http://houseplants.about.com/od/propagatingyourplants/a/PropagatingLuckyBamboo.htm
Tolmiea menziesii—Growing the Piggy-back Plant - Houseplants
Lastly, even under the best conditions, don't expect your Tolmiea to live beyond about two years. Propagate older plants annually to keep a supply of Tolmiea.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/More_Plant_Profiles/p/Tolmiea-Menziesii-Growing-The-Piggy-Back-Plant.htm
Pencil Cactus—How to Grow Euphorbia tirucalli - Houseplants
Tips for how to grow the pencil cactus as a houseplant, including tips for propagation, light levels, and a warning to avoid the plant's toxic milky latex.
http://houseplants.about.com/od/succulentsandcacti/p/PencilCactus.htm
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