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Cuttings
Easiest plants to grow from cuttings
• Philodendron
• Prayer plant
• Boston fern
• Peace lily
• Aloe vera plant
• Mint
• Sage
• Lavender
• Geraniums
• Hydrangea
• Azalea
• Honeysuckle
• Gardenia
• Rose
• Salvia
• Butterfly Bush
• Horseradish
• Oregano
• Begonia
• African Violet
• Chrysanthemum
• Dahlia
Tips on how to propogate from cuttings.
• Clean your pruners or knife before starting.
• Early morning is the best time to take cuttings.
• Choose straight canes that are about ½" thick.
• Water generously when planting in soil.
• The cuttings will be dormant over the winter.
• Remove the bottom set of leaves for the roots.
• Keep your new plants warm and in bright light.
• Rooting this can take a few days or a few months.
• Rooting hormone can be used with softwoods.
• Honey can also be used as a rooting hormone.
• You can also place cuttings in a glass of water.
• Clip off the leaves on the lower half of the shoot.
More information on propogating plants.
• Backyard Boss
• Purdue Agriculture
• Missouri Botanical Gardens
• Clever Bloom
• The Sill
• Good Housekeeping
• The Guardian
• Our House Plants
• Canna
• GardenTech
• House Beautiful
• Gardener's World
• The Gardening Cook
• Greenhouse Today
• Garden Therapy
• Planet Houseplant

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