36 items found for "basal-cuttings"
Blog Posts (12)
- Roots and all podcast takeover
We talk about our house plant graveyards, how to take basal cuttings and learn a lot from each other.
- Climbing cuttings
I’m taking Dactylicapnos ventii cuttings making sure I have three nodes on the cuttings, the bottom for three nodes but if it’s too long I didn’t bother but that then prevented me from being able to bury the cutting I used my little snips to take the cuttings as they are delicate and sharp to easily take out bottom half of the cuttings shoots and climbing tendrils.
- Begonia leaf cuttings in ziplock bags
I’ve just taken leaf cuttings of Begonias as I saw someone on instagram doing them already and thought Last year I did them in July, I cut across the leaf veins and left the leaf whole to place on compost I cut across the leaf veins put the whole leaf in the bag, mist, drain excess water and close up.
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- Young Propagators Society | Join the conversation | Learn about propagation
month by month what jobs you do in the garden Views Posts 2 Follow Tips and Tricks Have a way to make cuttings So far I have: Date Name of plant Number of plants/cuttings/seeds taken Method (seed, division, cutting
Forum Posts (21)
- Starting cuttings in water?In Tips and Tricks ·28 February 2021Do you start cuttings of certain plants in water?0780
- Starting cuttings in water?In Tips and Tricks13 August 2022I propagate lots of plants this way, very handy for things with larger leaves. I find everything that I have tried with a square stem roots easily this way. Particularly effective for larger leaved Salvias such as "Amistad" (not so good for microphylla types), Coleus and Plectranthus work a treat, works really well for Impatiens and currently I'm trying Pileas, so far seems to be working. Anyone know anything else it's particularly good for?11
- Starting cuttings in water?In Tips and Tricks10 March 2021I think weaning is important too so once potted keep where you had the cutting for another week so not1