How to Propagate Bougainvillea Plants?

Answer Bougainvillea is a genus of tropical woody flowering vines native to South America. The plant may be trained to climb over trellises or pergolas, or may be pruned to form a hedge or tree. Colorful ... Read More »

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How to Propagate Your Plants?

Growing from a cuttingGrowing your own plants is a satisfying and inexpensive hobby. Propagation of plants refers to producing more plants by dividing, grafting or taking cuttings from existing pla... Read More »

How to Propagate Snowball Plants?

An old-fashioned, very large shrub widely grown even during colonial times, the snowball bush or snowball viburnum produces very large, round and white clusters of tiny sterile flowers at the end o... Read More »

How do I propagate plants by cuttings?

Cut off a 6- to 8-inch stem of a healthy plant. Keep the end of the cutting moist until you are able to plant it in a pot or garden. Propagating a plant means to grow a new plant from an already es... Read More »

How to Propagate Pepper Plants?

Pepper plants thrive in very warm weather and will not sprout if planted in soil that is too cool. For this reason, gardeners often purchase young pepper plants from a local nursery once the temper... Read More »