Growing new plants from cuttings is a great way to increase your stock in a relatively short time. Rooted cuttings are often sturdier than seedlings, and come to maturity faster, many of them bearing flowers and fruits much earlier than seedlings. For example, if you were to grow English Holly from seeds, it may take ...
Rooting Plants With Vinegar – How To Use Apple Cider Vinegar For Cuttings
There are many surprising ways to use apple cider vinegar in gardens, and rooting plants with vinegar is one of the most popular. This article has more information about making rooting hormone with apple cider vinegar for cuttings.
Propagating Rosemary (lavender, etc.) - How-to root in water, but water roots are weaker than those started in soil. Commenter Sebette says: "I have my rosemary cuttings rooting nicely in damp potting soil in old six packs. I worked on an herb farm doing propagation and we did all the perennial herbs this way. Cut 2-3 pieces about 3 inches long, strip off the lower leaves, dip, poke hole in soil, place in hole, snug in and wait. By putting in more sprigs to start you get a bushier plant."