Category: Indoor Gardening -Propagate Houseplant

Houseplants for Beginners
Lauren Willshire

10 Easy Propagating Houseplants For Beginners

Embarking on the beautiful indoor gardening journey brings the incredible world of houseplants into your living space. For beginners, the art of propagation opens a whole new aspect to a rewarding and sustainable approach to houseplants. Propagating houseplants allows you to grow more for free from the houseplants you already have. These plants can be

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Lauren Willshire

How to Propagate Spider Plants: 3 Easy Methods

Spider plants are prolific growers. They can take up to two years to mature and start to produce their little plantlets. And after that, it’s plantlet city. They grow a ton of them. One plant can produce hundreds of pups in its lifetime. Additionally, they are known as an invasive species in multiple countries because

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Lauren Willshire

How To Propagate The 10 Most Popular Houseplants

Propagating plants is the best way to get more plants for free. It can be confusing and frustrating to figure out how to propagate what plants in which way. Some plants need nodes while for others you can propagate with just a leaf. Some plants prefer to grow in the water while others need higher

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Lauren Willshire

 How To Propagate Plants In Water: A Beginners Guide 

Propagating plants is a very crucial step in plant parenting. It’s something everyone who owns a plant should learn.  Why Propagate Plants If you have a plant that’s declining, you want to make sure that you are going to be able to take a propagation and save a piece of that plant so that way

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How to Propagate Cacti and Succulents
Indoor Gardening

How to Propagate Cacti and Succulents

Propagating plants is the process of growing new plants from seeds, cuttings, or pieces of other plants. Learning how to propagate cacti and succulents is actually pretty easy. They are excellent candidates for propagation, because they’re hardy and many species regrow well from cuttings. If you want to create a new garden, there are a few ways

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