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    The V Spot: Easy garden tip: Planting basil from cuttings

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    If you take a few cuttings of fresh basil and just keep them in water, they will send out roots. wait until there is a large mass of roots, then simply (and gently) placed them into a pot with soil in it, add more dirt and lots of water. be sure to pinch off any little flowers and buds when you see them. This is called bolting, you don't want your basil to bolt. the plant's energy goes into growing the flowers instead of the delicious leaves, and they become a little bitter and not as green.

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