How do I grow passion vines from cuttings?

Answer Cut a 3- to 4-inch section of stem growth from the passion vine, cutting just below a leaf node. Remove leaves from the lower half of the cutting, as well as any flower buds on the cutting.Dip the ... Read More »

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Types of Passion Flower That Grow on Vines?

Blooms of remarkably intricate structure in a wide range of colors place passion flowers (Passiflora spp.) high on the list of garden ornamentals. Of the nearly 600 passion flower species, only thr... Read More »

How to Transplant Grape Vines From Cuttings?

Creating new grape vines from cuttings is fairly easy. There are two types of cuttings: dormant cuttings are taken in spring, and green cuttings are taken when the plant is in full leaf and fruit a... Read More »

How do I grow grape vines from seeds?

Prepare The SeedsGather seeds for planting. These can be purchased from a seed company, or collected from fresh grapes. Either method will produce the same seed and similar results. Place the seeds... 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 »