Can begonias be grown from cuttings?

Answer Yes, the University of Minnesota Extension recommends propagating tuberous begonias through root cuttings. The University of Florida advocates leaf cuttings for propagating foliage begonias and ste... Read More »

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How are conventionally grown foods different from organically grown food?

The addition of modern chemicals. They have chemicals to keep bugs away, to keep the food from smelling, frm keeping the food going bad, to keep the food polished, and only conventionally grown fo... Read More »

How to Grow Begonias From a Begonia Plant?

Begonias are appreciated both as houseplants and as colorful additions to the flower garden. Begonias are easy to propagate; however, not all types of propagation work with every type of begonia. M... Read More »

How to Grow Ivy From Cuttings?

Ivy (Hedera) is a plant everyone knows. Widely used as a ground cover, it also makes a great hanging houseplant. English ivy (Hedera helix) is hardy from USDA Zones 4 to 9, while the larger leaved ... Read More »

How do I grow ivy from cuttings?

Prepare flower potPlace a mixture of 50 percent peat moss and 50 percent perlite into a 8 to 10 inch pot. Moisten the mixture without making it soggy.Prepare cuttingsCut pieces of the ivy plant fou... Read More »