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Easy Cuttings

Written by Hilary on June 12th, 2007

Instead of buying more plants, you can always propagate your own. It’s fast, easy, and inexpensive to do.

Here are a few plants that will root from cuttings stuck directly in the ground:

Ageratum
Coleus
Fuchsia
Dahlia
Impatiens
Wax begonia
Geranium
Iceplant
Felicias

All you have to do is take a 2 to 4 inch (5 – 10 cm) cutting and insert them directly in loose soil where they are to grow.

Keep them moist until they establish – moist, not soaked, otherwise you will rot them!

That’s it.

 

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