How to care for plant cuttings


How to care for plant cuttings

Cuttings are plant propagules, which can be used to create plants from another plant.

You can grow your own plants from cuttings and grow more than you can plant.

Growing from cuttings requires more work than from seeds.

When you grow from cuttings, you are growing from a piece of the plant.

If you grow cuttings from the seed, you are growing from a piece of the plant that will eventually be the root.

Cuttings are usually from the previous season's growth.

They are usually taken when the plant is dormant and when the weather is warm.

When growing from cuttings, you must keep the cuttings warm and damp.

If the cuttings are kept in the shade, they will rot.

The cuttings will be placed in a tray of water or soil with a covering to keep them moist.

When the cuttings are ready to be planted, they must be cut off at the soil line.

Keep the cuttings moist.

Keep the cuttings in a dark, shady place.

Keep the cuttings in a place where they will not be disturbed.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them damp.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them damp.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep them moist.

Keep the cuttings in a container that will keep



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