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  • Lynne Heryford

    Propagating rosemary - everyone's favorite herb

  • Libby Blackwelder

    If you have sun, you can grow rosemary! Propagating rosemary - take 2-inch cuttings from a healthy, established plant.

  • Garden Style San Antonio

    Propagating rosemary cuttings - Rosemary is easy to propagate, and sometimes roots will develop even in a glass of water on a sunny windowsill.

  • Diane Randell

    I would like more rosemary plants. I'll try this. An easy to propagate, and sometimes roots will develop even in a glass of water on a sunny windowsill in the late fall and early winter. To take cuttings, clip 2-1/2-inch stems from new growth on an established plant (see Propagating rosemary). Snip off the bottom leaves (rather than pulling them off) and dip the bottom 1/4 inch into a hormone rooting powder. Place the cuttings in a container with equal amounts of peat moss and p...

  • Ali Cat Reynolds

    Rosemary Outdoors and In | Fine Gardening: learn how to propagate rosemary

  • Charlotte Valantine

    Rosemary propagation. 2 inch cutting, remove lower leaves, dip in rooting powder, start in peat moss

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