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 How to Propagate the Centaurea Cineraria With a Root Division?

Answer Centaurea cineraria is the scientific botanical name for dusty miller, a type of spreading plant grown for its silvery gray leaves. It grows to an average height of 12 inches, creating a dense, shr... Read More »
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How do I propagate root cuttings?

Use a sharp knife or pruning shears to cut a 3-to-6-inch section of stem from the current or past season's growth; remove the leaves from the bottom half of the stem, as well as all flowers and bud... Read More »
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Is Cineraria a Perennial?

Dusty miller (Senecio cineraria) is a low-growing, mounding perennial that belongs to the aster/daisy family. The plant is characterized by soft, feltlike leaves, which are a pale shade of silvery ... Read More »
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How do I grow a periwinkle blue Centaurea flower?

LocationPlant periwinkle blue Centaurea cyanus, commonly called cornflower or bachelor button, in the spring. Put them in a sunny or partially sunny location in a slightly alkaline soil. An area th... Read More »
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How can you 'regrow' the root nerve and pulp of a tooth after a reckless dentist has removed them in preparation for an unnecessary root canal?

The nerve can not regenerate in a tooth, instead what is left of it will eventually die. You would be better off having the root canal treatment completed and if it is a back tooth you NEED a crown... Read More »
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