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How to take clematis cuttings.

How to... take clematis cuttings.

I love propagating plants. Actually that's something of an understatement - at this time of year it's more of an obsession. The garden and n...

In the spring cut off a few branches 6 inches down, take off the bottom 2 leaves and dip the end in root stimulator, then plant in pot with high quality garden soil.  Ta Da, you will have a new hydrangea bush by the end of summer.

Pruning Hydrangeas | Plant Addicts

Learn how & when to prune or deadhead all types of hydrangeas, including mophead, lacecap, oakleaf, paniculata and smooth hydrangeas.

Used tire raised garden bed.

Used Tired Raised Garden & Tree Ring

Used Tired Raised Garden & Tree Ring: Ever wonder what to do with those old tires? Do you want to have a garden without the need to till soil? We have found that used tires make GREAT raised garden beds!Caution! Please note that we are using some serious saws to cut the tire. It's impor…

Saving your geraniums this winter so you can re plant next spring.

How to Save your Geraniums till next year.

How to save your geraniums over winter and be able to plant for the next season.

Simple Drying tomatoes - these are on coffee filters for ready plant-out!

Three Ways to Save Tomato Seeds

There are three methods I use to save tomato seeds: fermentation, simple drying, and planned burial in the garden...

Any leftover plastic container - mod podged and beads for feet.....

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Any leftover plastic container - mod podged and beads for feet.....

tomatoes are actually perennial and will continue to grow if not exposed to frost

tomatoes are actually perennial and will continue to grow if not exposed to frost

How To Propagate Wisteria Cuttings:  Taking Wisteria cuttings,Preparing Wisteria cuttings for rooting, and Rooting Wisteria plants

Wisteria Bunch

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What Plants Can Be Propagated From Cuttings?

Inspiration for the Space Around You | Hunker

Architecture, design, and stories to inspire the space around you.

Tips for Saving Geraniums and Other Potted Plants During the Winter by Jeff Rugg

Tips for Saving Geraniums and Other Potted Plants During the Winter, by Jeff Rugg

Q: My geraniums grew really well this summer, and I have some pretty ones that I want to keep for next year. How do I go about doing this? A: There are several kinds of geraniums, including some perennials that survive without coming indoors, but I assume you mean the zonal geranium that has a slightly two-toned leaf and a big cluster of flowers on the end of a stalk.

How can potted milkweed plants help save monarch butterflies?

How To Avoid Losing Small Monarch Caterpillars

If you'd like to increase the survival rate of your tiny monarch caterpillars, try this technique each spring for raising monarch butterflies and watch your survival rate soar over 90%!

If you love flowers and gardening you will love this easy tutorial on how to propagate and grow your own roses and you will love the cute easy *greenhouses* too!

Easy Roses~

You can have beautiful roses for next to nothing by growing your own bushes from cuttings. here is how you do it~ Scope out established rose bushes.. your neighbors yard, old houses and even better are older cemeteries where a long forgotten rose bush from another era could be hiding out, and find the rose you want to propagate ~ Make sure when you take your cuttings you have a jar of water in which to place them to keep them from wilting, once wilted your cutting will not root. For repeat…

plant propagation techniques plant by plant-free plants!

Propagation Techniques by Plant Variety | How To Propagate Plants

A guide to determining the best method of propagation for individual plant species at PlantPropagation.com.

Self-watering planter made from recycled  bottles. This actually works. Though I had to use the 2L plastic bottles. I just fill up the bottom to cover the mouth every 2 weeks or so. My herbs stay nice and healthy now! Great for saving plants over winter.  -Jenny

Self-watering planter made from recycled bottles. This actually works. Though I had to use the 2L plastic bottles. I just fill up the bottom to cover the mouth every 2 weeks or so. My herbs stay nice and healthy now! Great for saving plants over winter. -Jenny

Echinacea purpurea    Echinacea is easy to grow from seed in spring and to propagate from division in late fall. The flowers and dried roots from older plants are extensively used in modern herbal medicine — in the past, they were also used as a snakebite antidote.  Height: 5 feet  Spread: 18 inches  Hardiness: Fully hardy plants  Soil Preference: Well-drained soil  Sun or Shade: Full sun

13 Easy Herbs To Grow Indoors

Get tips on how to grow herbs indoors from the experts at HGTV Gardens.