Can you clone plants with candle wax?

Answer Wax is sometimes used to cover a cut in a woody stem, in older plant books. Most methods of slip-cut propagation now involve wrapping the stem with clear plastic wrap and tape. However, I have read... Read More »

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How to Clone Plants?

If you don't have the time to wait for a plant to sprout from a seed, there are other options. Read on to learn how to clone plants using cuttings and division.

How to Clone Plants in Water?

Plant cloning in water grows a new plant by using a cutting from a mother plant. Not all plant varieties propagate in such a way, but many will grow a brand-new plant from a simple cutting. Growing... Read More »

How to Clone Plants With Cuttings?

Cloning a plant refers to taking a part of the mother plant and using the part to grow a new plant. The new plant will be genetically identical to the mother plant. This is a method of reproduction... Read More »

How to Clone Blueberry Plants?

The blueberry plant belongs to the genus Vaccinium, which also includes cranberries, huckleberries and azaleas. The blueberry is an easy-care bush, requiring sunshine, fast-draining and acidic soil... Read More »