Spring Garden Tips
Propagation


Starting New Begonia Plants from a Leaf

Expand your houseplant collection with leaf cuttings of Rex, angel wing and other large leafed begonias.

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Plant Breeding for the Fun of It

This season try your hand at a little amateur plant breeding.

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Starting Amaryllis from Seed

The flowers have faded and swollen pods have replaced the beautiful blooms on your amaryllis. If you are patient and like to experiment, you may want to let the pods mature, collect the seeds and start new plants.

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Expand Your Plant Collection with Cane Cuttings

Improve your plants' appearance and expand your houseplant collection by starting new plants from cane cuttings.

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Propagating Snake Plants (Sansevieria)

Expand your indoor plant collection and have fun by starting snake plants from just a three-inch section of a leaf.

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Stating Trees and Shrubs from Hardwood Cuttings

It's all in the timing – when trying to start trees and shrubs from a cutting.

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Chilling Seeds (Stratification) for Better Germination

Fall is a great time to start seeds that need a cold treatment, known as stratification, to break dormancy, sprout and grow.

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Saving a Few Annuals for the Indoor Winter Garden

Part of the fun of gardening is trying new plants and pushing the growing limits. This fall try moving a few of your favorite annuals indoors to brighten your indoor garden.

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