Monday, 28 July 2014

Cactus Propagation > The Propagation Season




You can easily reproduce your cacti and succulent collection through the process of propagation. There are a variety of ways to propagate your plant, including division, cutting, starting from seeds, and grafting.

Sunday, 27 July 2014

Jasminum Propagation > The Propagation Season



Jasminum polyanthum is a type of jasmine that originates from China. It can grow indoors or out and has dainty, pink buds that bloom into fragrant, white, starlike flowers. J. polyanthum is a favorite among gardeners because it's a vigorous climber and is easy to propagate using cuttings. 

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Pothos Propagation > The Propagation Season



(Pothos commonly known as Epipremnum Aureum).
Begin by snipping off 4-6 inch lengths of healthy stem for your pothos cuttings, making sure each cutting has four or more leaves. Remove the leaf that is closest to the cut end. 

Friday, 25 July 2014

Aloe Propagation > The Propagation Season



Separating aloe pups, also known as aloe offsets or aloe offshoots, is a simple process that even a nervous home gardener can undertake with few tools and just a little knowledge. Aloe pups are essentially baby plants that share part of the root system of the parent plant, so all you need to do to start an aloe plant from a pup is to wait until it is big enough to remove from the mother plant.

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Trees Propagation > The Propagation Season


(Photo Credit to Organic Guide)

  • Step 1: Attain healthy cuttings from a healthy tree. Remember to always ask permission if you are taking cuttings from someone else's tree.