Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings?  Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$. by goldie
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goldie Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.
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Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings?  Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$. by PearForTheTeacher
PearForTheTeacher
PearForTheTeacher Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.
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Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings?  Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$. by Karen Klauber
Karen Klauber
Karen Klauber Did you know that you can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.
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Never waste cut roses, ladies.   Did You know that You can grow roses from cuttings?  Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peat moss  top soil.  The potatoes keep the stems moist  help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply Your rose garden without spending lots of $$$. by wildisthewind
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wildisthewind Never waste cut roses, ladies. Did You know that You can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peat moss top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply Your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.
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Never waste cut roses, ladies. Did You know that You can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peat moss top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist help develop the root systems. Its a perfectly simple way to multiply Your rose garden without spending lots of $$$. by Patsi A Moffatt
Patsi A Moffatt
Patsi A Moffatt Never waste cut roses, ladies. Did You know that You can grow roses from cuttings? Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes and then bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peat moss top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist help develop the root systems. Its a perfectly simple way to multiply Your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.
Propagating plants and flowers
How to Growing Rose From Cutting - Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$. by ToniAnn57
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ToniAnn57 How to Growing Rose From Cutting - Simply cut healthy stems, place them in large potatoes, and them bury them 3-4 inches deep in a healthy soil mixture of peet moss and top soil. The potatoes keep the stems moist and help develop the root systems. It's a perfectly simple way to multiply your rose garden without spending lots of $$$.
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Simply cut healthy stem from a rose bush. Stick it in a potoato and bury it, in 3-4 inches in a mixture of peat moss and top soil. The potato will keep the root moist as a root system develops. And will help save you $$$ and build your garden. by Kim Mitchell
Kim Mitchell
Kim Mitchell Simply cut healthy stem from a rose bush. Stick it in a potoato and bury it, in 3-4 inches in a mixture of peat moss and top soil. The potato will keep the root moist as a root system develops. And will help save you $$$ and build your garden.
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My allotment neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop  roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works. Try it, and let us know how you get on. by nyreeb
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nyreeb My allotment neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works. Try it, and let us know how you get on.
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My allotment neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop  roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works. Try it, and let us know how you get on. by langenselbold
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langenselbold My allotment neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works. Try it, and let us know how you get on.
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Boxwood is very easy to propagate. In the spring, take stem cuttings, 6 inches in length, and remove the lower inch of leaves. For best effect, group five to seven stems together, as pictured, to resemble an entire plant.  Plunge this group into soil that has been amended with copious quantities of peat moss or leaf mold.  Pack the soil firmly around the stems. Keep the cuttings moist, and you will have new, rooted plants in about six weeks. by Tonka Margaritova
Tonka Margaritova
Tonka Margaritova Boxwood is very easy to propagate. In the spring, take stem cuttings, 6 inches in length, and remove the lower inch of leaves. For best effect, group five to seven stems together, as pictured, to resemble an entire plant. Plunge this group into soil that has been amended with copious quantities of peat moss or leaf mold. Pack the soil firmly around the stems. Keep the cuttings moist, and you will have new, rooted plants in about six weeks.
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Regrow roses!!! "My neighbor has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works." (quote from link) by maria.t.rogers
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maria.t.rogers Regrow roses!!! "My neighbor has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works." (quote from link)
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Regrow roses!!! "My neighbor has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works." (quote from link) by mavrica
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mavrica Regrow roses!!! "My neighbor has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works." (quote from link)
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How to take rose cuttings and grow roses in potatoes by ollie
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ollie How to take rose cuttings and grow roses in potatoes
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My neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works. by FloraInTheSky
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FloraInTheSky My neighbour has a row of roses, which he took as cuttings. I asked how he took them. He simply plunges the cuttings into the ground. But his secret of success is the humble potato! Before planting cuttings, he pushes the bottom end into a small potato, which he believes keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but his row of allotment roses is proof it works.
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Sweet, Crunchy Winter Carrots -   Create this mini root cellar to preserve your root vegetables. To make a nifty, mini root cellar right in the garden, simply bury a bucket and cover it with a straw bale. Keeps them fresh, sweet and crisp as they would be in the ground, but you don't have to go digging for carrots in midwinter! I'm going to try this with potatoes too. Genius! by lemai13
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lemai13 Sweet, Crunchy Winter Carrots - Create this mini root cellar to preserve your root vegetables. To make a nifty, mini root cellar right in the garden, simply bury a bucket and cover it with a straw bale. Keeps them fresh, sweet and crisp as they would be in the ground, but you don't have to go digging for carrots in midwinter! I'm going to try this with potatoes too. Genius!
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We prune tomato plants to keep them healthy but did you know you can also take cuttings and grow new plants that will produce fruit? Find out how. #tomatoes #propagation #gardentips #empressofdirt by goldie
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goldie We prune tomato plants to keep them healthy but did you know you can also take cuttings and grow new plants that will produce fruit? Find out how. #tomatoes #propagation #gardentips #empressofdirt
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#9. Mushrooms Plant mushroom stalks in soil with some compost or used coffee grounds and keep them in a moist environment, preferably where it will be cool at night. They can be tricky to grow, and within a few days the stems will either start to sprout new heads or rot. - 10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once and Regrow Forever « Food Hacks by Hercio Dias
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Hercio Dias #9. Mushrooms Plant mushroom stalks in soil with some compost or used coffee grounds and keep them in a moist environment, preferably where it will be cool at night. They can be tricky to grow, and within a few days the stems will either start to sprout new heads or rot. - 10 Vegetables & Herbs You Can Eat Once and Regrow Forever « Food Hacks
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ROOTING SUCCULENTS - cleanly pull/break leaf from plant making sure whole leaf is in tact.  Allow to dry out & end to scab over. Place leaf on top of soil. (if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end. If you lay on top of soil, it will grow both roots & form new plant) Water when soil becomes dry. Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks. by may
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may ROOTING SUCCULENTS - cleanly pull/break leaf from plant making sure whole leaf is in tact. Allow to dry out & end to scab over. Place leaf on top of soil. (if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end. If you lay on top of soil, it will grow both roots & form new plant) Water when soil becomes dry. Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks.
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ROOTING SUCCULENTS - cleanly pull/break leaf from plant making sure whole leaf is in tact.  Allow to dry out & end to scab over. Place leaf on top of soil. (if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end. If you lay on top of soil, it will grow both roots & form new plant) Water when soil becomes dry. Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks. by patrica
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patrica ROOTING SUCCULENTS - cleanly pull/break leaf from plant making sure whole leaf is in tact. Allow to dry out & end to scab over. Place leaf on top of soil. (if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end. If you lay on top of soil, it will grow both roots & form new plant) Water when soil becomes dry. Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks.
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multiply store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potato in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at by pjdksmith
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pjdksmith multiply store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potato in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at
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To prune Joseph's coat climbing roses: leave for two or three years, so as to grow and develop long, sturdy canes. Just keep them in bounds and remove dead or damaged stems the first years. Tie to support with stretchy floral tape. As the rose gets older select more canes to create structure and fill up fence or trellis. Remove other canes at the base of the plant. After you bend and tie the structural canes horizontally new lateral shoots will by kimeyly
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kimeyly To prune Joseph's coat climbing roses: leave for two or three years, so as to grow and develop long, sturdy canes. Just keep them in bounds and remove dead or damaged stems the first years. Tie to support with stretchy floral tape. As the rose gets older select more canes to create structure and fill up fence or trellis. Remove other canes at the base of the plant. After you bend and tie the structural canes horizontally new lateral shoots will
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ROOTING SUCCULENTS: 1. Cleanly pull/break leaf off of the plant, making sure that the whole leaf is intact. 2. Allow the leaf to dry out so that the end scabs over. 3. Place the leaf on top of the soil—if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end, but if you lay it on top of the soil, it will grow both roots and form a new plant. 3. Water when soil becomes dry. (Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks.) by patrica
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patrica ROOTING SUCCULENTS: 1. Cleanly pull/break leaf off of the plant, making sure that the whole leaf is intact. 2. Allow the leaf to dry out so that the end scabs over. 3. Place the leaf on top of the soil—if you bury the cut end in soil, it will only root from that end, but if you lay it on top of the soil, it will grow both roots and form a new plant. 3. Water when soil becomes dry. (Roots and new plants should start to grow with in a couple of weeks.)
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Did you know that it's possible to take cuttings of tomato plants and root them in water. In fact, it's hard to fail at this. Just take a cutting from a healthy plant, stick it in a glass of water and wait. That's how easy it is. Oak Hill Homestead: Perennial Tomatoes  ☀CQ  -to by TraciLaShone
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TraciLaShone Did you know that it's possible to take cuttings of tomato plants and root them in water. In fact, it's hard to fail at this. Just take a cutting from a healthy plant, stick it in a glass of water and wait. That's how easy it is. Oak Hill Homestead: Perennial Tomatoes ☀CQ -to
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Did you know that it's possible to take cuttings of tomato plants and root them in water. In fact, it's hard to fail at this. Just take a cutting from a healthy plant, stick it in a glass of water and wait. That's how easy it is. Oak Hill Homestead: Perennial Tomatoes  ☀CQ #garden #how-to #DIY by maria.t.rogers
maria.t.rogers
maria.t.rogers Did you know that it's possible to take cuttings of tomato plants and root them in water. In fact, it's hard to fail at this. Just take a cutting from a healthy plant, stick it in a glass of water and wait. That's how easy it is. Oak Hill Homestead: Perennial Tomatoes ☀CQ #garden #how-to #DIY
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Grow moss Take a clump of healthy moss and crumble it into your blender. Add 2 cups of buttermilk and 2 cups of water. Blend at the lowest speed until it is completely mixed and the consistency of a thin milk shake. (add water if necessary) Paint the mixture onto rocks, pots or statuary, or simply pour it on the ground wherever you'd like your moss to grow! by corina
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corina Grow moss Take a clump of healthy moss and crumble it into your blender. Add 2 cups of buttermilk and 2 cups of water. Blend at the lowest speed until it is completely mixed and the consistency of a thin milk shake. (add water if necessary) Paint the mixture onto rocks, pots or statuary, or simply pour it on the ground wherever you'd like your moss to grow!
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grow rose cuttings with potatoes? by Dory Ion
Dory Ion
Dory Ion grow rose cuttings with potatoes?
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Rooting Roses - It isn't difficult to root cuttings and grow your own roses. Here is a method that has been very successful for me. by rosa
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rosa Rooting Roses - It isn't difficult to root cuttings and grow your own roses. Here is a method that has been very successful for me.
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Cut succulents from garden and simply put in small drinking glasses of water. Add a little moss if desired. Some cuttings will grow roots, and then you can plant back outside! by goldie
goldie
goldie Cut succulents from garden and simply put in small drinking glasses of water. Add a little moss if desired. Some cuttings will grow roots, and then you can plant back outside!
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Dynamic accumulators are plants with extensive root systems which bring up nutrients from deep in the soil where other plants can’t access them. The top growth is regularly cut and can be added to the compost heap, used to make nutrient tea, or simply left on the ground as mulch by florence
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florence Dynamic accumulators are plants with extensive root systems which bring up nutrients from deep in the soil where other plants can’t access them. The top growth is regularly cut and can be added to the compost heap, used to make nutrient tea, or simply left on the ground as mulch
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Propagate new plants from cuttings. Rosemary, lavender, sage. Remove leaves on the bottom of stem. Place cuttings in glass containers with water in a sunny window. In two weeks, there should be roots sprouting. Change the water every four or five days. Add water daily if needed. After roots develop, dip roots in cinnamon or raw honey and plant directly into clean soil. Potting soil if indoors. Gardening soil if outdoors. Organic soil only for plants you eat. by Patsi A Moffatt
Patsi A Moffatt
Patsi A Moffatt Propagate new plants from cuttings. Rosemary, lavender, sage. Remove leaves on the bottom of stem. Place cuttings in glass containers with water in a sunny window. In two weeks, there should be roots sprouting. Change the water every four or five days. Add water daily if needed. After roots develop, dip roots in cinnamon or raw honey and plant directly into clean soil. Potting soil if indoors. Gardening soil if outdoors. Organic soil only for plants you eat.
Propagating plants and flowers
Do you want more plants without spending extra money? It’s quick and easy to take cuttings from your plants, and these cuttings will grow into full size plants much quicker than seeds will. Find out about the different types of cuttings, what supplies you’ll need, and see our step-by-step instructions. by guadalupe
guadalupe
guadalupe Do you want more plants without spending extra money? It’s quick and easy to take cuttings from your plants, and these cuttings will grow into full size plants much quicker than seeds will. Find out about the different types of cuttings, what supplies you’ll need, and see our step-by-step instructions.
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