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Rosemary propagation - best done in late fall/early winter; cut 2.5 inch stems from new growth of an established plant, snip off the bottom leaves, dip the bottom 0.25 inch in rooting hormone and place in a container with equal amounts of peat moss and perlite. *Note: for established plants, let dry out between waterings.
Rosemary is tender perennial i.e. has to be taken in for Winter. This one was baby from Nicky Spring 2012
How to propagate succulents. For some reason I love that this isn't in a language I speak... But the language of succulent propagation is global!