How do i start aristolochia cuttings?

Answer Cut a 4- to 5-inch section of recent growth from the aristolochia vine, preferably in fall when flowering has almost finished. Remove the leaves from the lower half of the cutting.Dip the cut end o... Read More »

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How do i start rose cuttings?

Cut stemCut off a recently bloomed stem of a rose plant six inches down from the tip. Also cut down from the end of the stem to the first set of leaves. Make the cuts at a 45 degree angle.Dip cutti... Read More »

How do I start a rosebush from cuttings?

CuttingStart a rosebush from the cutting of another rosebush. Find a rosebush variety that you like, and snip off a branch that recently had a bloom on it. Cut at an angle. The stem cutting should ... Read More »

Can I start a fig tree from cuttings?

Cuttings from a fig tree will take root and grow into a new tree. You can take the cutting from a friend's tree and plant it to grow your own fig tree. Cover the entire cutting in moist soil and al... Read More »

How do I start a magnolia from cuttings?

Cut a 4- to 6-inch stem section of recent growth from the magnolia plant, preferably between July and early September. Remove the leaves from the bottom half, as well as any flowers or buds.Dip the... Read More »