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Plant Cutting Propagation Basics

Sure, you can buy a plant at the garden center, but why not try helping a new one take root on your own? Be it by seed or vegetative methods, starting new plants is a rewarding growing technique. (Live well and propagate!)

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Plant Cells Success With Stem Cuttings

Grow a garden with time and patience instead of money! Propagating by stem cuttings is one of the most common ways to get new plants (and it’s not too difficult). Give it a try, and a whole new hobby may start to take root!

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Tutti-frutti Hyssop Tutti-frutti Hyssop

Invite hummingbirds to the sunny mixed border with this pretty perennial. It features gray-green leaves, rose-pink flower spikes in summer, tolerates poor soils and likes full sun. You can even try propagating it by cuttings.
Vegging Out? Harvest These Ideas…
Chard Prolong Fresh Produce

A bountiful harvest is wonderful for your garden, diet, table and wallet. But when your vegetable patch is producing at full tilt (or if you bought too much at the farmers’ market), it can be a challenge to eat all that food before it goes bad. If you’re worried about your harvest (or food dollars) wilting and rotting away, and want to keep your fridge fuzz-free, consider these tips that can help prolong the life of fresh produce.
Produce Stand Share It, Save It, Sell It!

Every growing season is different from the next, but it’s not uncommon for vegetable gardeners to find that they’re eventually reaping more food than they can possibly eat. If you’re enjoying an overabundant harvest this year and don’t want to waste any of that precious produce you’ve worked so hard to grow, consider sharing it with others, saving it for later or selling the fruits of your labor before the “freshness” wears off.
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Plant Hotspot

Check out what plants our Learn2Grow members are learning more about today:

  • Summersweet is a native shrub with very fragrant, white or pink flowers in summer that attract bees and butterflies.
  • Cosmos is a well-known annual featuring feathery foliage and a profusion of daisy-like flowers in white, pink or crimson.
  • Rose-of-Sharon is a large and popular summer-blooming shrub that bears flowers of many different colors.

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