Garden Tips: Plant Propagation
Here’s how to get free or low cost plants for your garden.
- Start here with a basic plant propagation schedule — when to take cuttings or sow seed.
- Here’s how you can improve your own plants. This is as simple as it gets to make your garden plants better — more flowers, bigger fruit etc.
- What soil do you use to start your seeds?
- The basics of taking plant cuttings. It all starts with these common skills and materials.
- Germinating annual and vegetable seeds. Everything you need to know to get the seeds started and growing well.
- Damping off is a disease where the seedling plant keels over suddenly. It’s a stem related problem and easily prevented. I’ve included an organic recipe for treatment that seems to work if your seedling plants have been hit.
Hydrogen peroxide is promoted across the Internet as a too-good-to-be-true -miracle cure for a wide variety of issues. But some serious commercial growers have started using it so I thought I’d pass this note along.
- How to start perennial flowers from seed in your refrigerator
- The basics of taking plant cuttings is the same for annuals and perennials.
- Plant division: everything you need to know to succeed and get more plants.
- Root cuttings are useful for both perennial flowers and some trees/shrubs. Here’s how to take them and the plants that propagate this way.
- Growing Vegetables: When To Start Seeds Indoors And In The Garden
- How to save tomato seeds for maximum germination
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