Starting a Pussy Willow Plant from a BranchMany plants can be started from cuttings, including the pussy willow. This is a page about starting a pussy willow plant from a branch.
Starting a Wisteria from a CuttingWisteria can actually be propagated from both soft and hard wood cuttings, depending on the time of year one works better than the other. This is a page about starting a wisteria from a cutting.
Starting a Crape Myrtle from a CuttingCrape myrtles can successfully be started from both hard and soft wood cuttings. This is a page about starting a crape myrtle from a cutting.
Growing Geraniums from CuttingsThis is a page about growing geraniums from cuttings. Geraniums are one of the easiest plants to start from cuttings. If you live in a colder area you can take cuttings to overwinter and have a good start on your spring garden.
Starting a Weeping Willow Tree from a CuttingThis is a page about starting a weeping willow tree from a cutting. Many trees and shrubs are easy to start from a cutting.
Starting a Christmas Cactus from CuttingsThis is a page about starting a Christmas cactus from cuttings. Many plants are easy to start from cuttings and the Christmas cactus is one of these.
Starting Eucalyptus from a Cutting?This page is about starting eucalyptus from a cutting. Although usually started from seed, rooting can be a challenge with this kind of woody plant.
Rooting a Piece of a Texas Sage Plant?Many plants can be propagated by rooting cuttings. If you have a piece broken from your sage give it a try. Use a rooting hormone and the proper medium for this task. This is a page about rooting a piece of a Texas sage plant.
Growing Lantana from a CuttingThis is a page about growing lantana from a cutting. Try getting cuttings from the tips of the plant for the best success.
Rooting a Blackberry Cutting?If you want to grow a blackberry cutting, it is best to allow it to grow roots before planting. A common way is simply to dip the cutting in rooting horemone and place it in a bottle or glass of water in a sunny window. Plant it when the roots are well grown.
Growing Begonias from CuttingsMany plants can be propagated from leaf and stem cuttings. This is a page about growing begonias from cuttings.
Starting Bamboo from Cuttings?There are a number of ways to start bamboo from cuttings. This is a page about starting bamboo from cuttings.
Propagating Holly Shrubs from Cuttings?Plant cuttings taken in late spring or early summer. Remove the leaves and a section of bark along the base of the cutting before dusting with rooting powder and placing in nursery pots filled with saturated sand or peat moss. Keep moist and in dappled sunlight until rooted. This is a page about propagating holly shrubs from cuttings.
Create A Micro Climate For Rooting CuttingsRooting cuttings is often done by creating a mini greenhouse using plastic bottles or wrap. This method will work, but too much humidity can be harmful to the cuttings, thus requiring wiping to remove excess moisture. An alternative is to create a micro climate for your cuttings. This method is explained in depth on this page.
Propagating African Violets from Leaf CuttingsAfrican violets are relatively easy to propagate from a leaf cutting. Follow the steps defined below and start new plants now.
How to Ship Plant CuttingsSharing plant cuttings with friends and family is easy. Follow the instructions on this page describing how to ship plant cuttings using a wet paper towel, plastic wrap, and a rubber band.
Growing Basil from CuttingsGrow your own fresh basil from cuttings. Root the cuttings in a container and then plant for a nice fresh supply of this popular herb. This is a page about growing basil from cuttings.
Easily Root Flower and Tree CuttingsUsing floral foam you can create an environment to root a variety of plants from cuttings. Here you can learn to easily root flower and tree cuttings.
Use Hairnets to Protect Small PlantsTo protect little plants or cuttings from insect pests, you can use a hairnet. This is a page about use hairnets to protect small plants.
How to Grow New Houseplants From CuttingsMany houseplants can easily be propagated from cuttings or in the case of bromeliads from the "pups" that grow naturally at the base of the parent plant. The baby plants on your spider plant are also perfect for rooting. This is a page about how to grow new houseplants from cuttings.
Growing Chrysanthemum from CuttingsChrysanthemums are easy to grow from cuttings. Place 6 inch cuttings, 3 to 4 inches into a pot filled with a mixture of moistened sand and peat. Plant when roots are established. This is a page about growing chrysanthemum from cuttings.
Taking Multiple Cuttings From A Rose BushIt might be worth a try to see if you can make multiple cutting from longer rose prunings. If they root you can have several of your favorite bushes in the garden. This is a page about taking multiple cuttings from a rose bush.
Testing Rose Cuttings For RootsWhen propagating roses from cuttings you may become impatient to see if they have developed roots. While there are a number of suggestions available for checking for roots, this page contains a method that ensures little to no damage to delicate new roots if they have begun to develop. This is a page about testing rose cuttings for roots.
Reroot Tomato Suckers as New PlantTomato suckers are really easy to root and expand your plant count and thus your harvest. This is a page about reroot tomato suckers as new plant.
Rooting a Single Rose LeafRoses are frequently started from cuttings. Sometimes a leaf from a plant can be used to propagate a new plant. This is a page about rooting a single rose leaf.
Starting Tomato Plants from CuttingsThis is a page about starting tomato plants from cuttings. Tomatoes are easy to grow from cuttings if you start early enough in the spring.
Growing Tomatoes from CuttingsThis is a page about growing tomatoes from cuttings. An inexpensive way to multiply your tomato plants can be by rooting tomato plant cuttings.
Growing Clematis From CuttingsThis is a page about growing clematis from cuttings. It is easy to start new clematis vines from cuttings by following a few simple steps.
Rooting a Cutting From a Lilac BushThis is a page about rooting a cutting from a lilac bush. Propagation from cuttings is a common way of cloning your plants and shrubs, making for more plantings for your garden.
Rooting Impatiens CuttingsThis is a page about rooting impatiens cuttings. One way to save money on garden plants is to divide up your plant purchase by preparing cutting from the main plant.
Rooting Privet Hedge BranchesThis is a page about rooting privet hedge branches. Many hedges and shrubs can successfully be started by rooting clippings.
Displaying Cut FlowersThis page is about displaying cut flowers. Enjoy your garden flowers indoors with a few tips to help keep them looking fresh.
Propagating Grape Vines from CuttingsThis is a page about propagating grape vines from cuttings. Grape vines are a good candidate for propagating from either dormant or green cuttings.
Starting Oleander from Cuttings?This is a page about starting oleander from cuttings. Oleander shrubs can be started from cuttings if you follow a few simple steps.
Propagating HydrangeasThis is a page about propagating hydrangeas. Propagating hydrangeas from cuttings is surprisingly easy and a great way to increase your plantings and share with neighbors.
Growing Hydrangeas From CuttingsThis page is about growing hydrangeas from cuttings. This flowering plant can be propagated by rooting a slip.
Growing a Plum Tree from a CuttingThis is a page about growing a plum tree from a cutting. By following a few simple steps you can grow a plum tree from a healthy cutting.
Starting Plants from CuttingsThis is a page for starting plants from cuttings. One of the best way to get new plants for your home and garden is by taking cuttings from an existing plant. There are several techniques to ensure success.