How to Propagate a Persian Shield Plant?

Answer The Persian shield plant (Strobilanthes dyerianus) is a tropical plant grown for its attractive foliage. The purple leaves light up the shade garden in U.S. Department of Agriculture zones 9a throu... Read More »

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How to Propagate a ZZ Plant?

The ZZ plant--Zamioculcas zamiifolia--is a nearly indestructible, slow-growing indoor plant that can survive periods of low light, neglect, infrequent feeding and prolonged dry periods. Native to E... Read More »

How do i propagate a kalanchoe plant?

PreparationWash a 6-inch to 8-inch plant pot with soapy water. Rinse the container with one part bleach and nine parts water. Three or four cuttings will fit into a plant pot this size. Mix togethe... Read More »

How do I propagate a thyme plant?

Propagate By CuttingsTake several cuttings where the leaves attach to the stem and remove the leaves below each cut. Insert the cuttings into a light, moist soil mix and cover loosely with a plasti... Read More »

How do I propagate a daphne plant?

CuttingsSelect a healthy stem of greenwood or softwood on the daphne plant. Clip several 2- to 4-inch pieces. Make lateral cuts just above one of the slight outgrowths or nodes and just below the n... Read More »