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Dirt cheap ways to get more plants

How To Propagate Cacti & Succulents — Apartment Therapy Tutorials | Apartment Therapy

How To Propagate Cacti & Succulents — Apartment Therapy Tutorials

Seed: collecting and storing

Seed: collecting and storing/RHS Gardening

Food-That-Magically-Regrows-Itself. Did not work for celery for me. Looked like it would but then it just shot up the middle. Most of the others work or should work though

Food That Magically Regrows Itself from Kitchen Scraps

The banana plant is a tree-like perennial herb. The offshoot growing at the base of the plant, the sucker, replaces the mother plant. The mat, also called stool, is the term used to designate the mother plant and its suckers. Pinner wrote grow a banana tree with a banana!!! I'm going to try this. They say to get a very overripe banana and put it in acidic soil. This pinner might wait forever for this to happen

How to Propagate Basil - So simple.and one of the best tricks ever!

How to Propagate Basil

This is the perfect guide for beginners! Start seeds successfully and grow your own organic garden

Seed Starting 101 - Garden Therapy

Top 10 Seed-Starting Veggies Save money and garden space by growing these veggies from seed.

Top 10 Seed-Starting Veggies | Taste of Home

How to grow clematis from cuttings - really simple propagation

What Plants Can Be Propagated From Cuttings?

What Plants Can You Propagate From Cuttings? | eHow

Does it seem like you are always heading to the nursery to buy more plants? Gardening guru Linda Vater has become a pro at propagating her own plants, so today she stopped by to show us how. Check ...

4 Your Garden: See how to propagate your plants

How to propagate basil

How to grow clematis from cuttings

How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds Select the best fruit. Scoop out the seeds & membrane. Place in mason jar & top with water. Cover & label. Set in warm place for 2-7 days. Wait for the mold - the seeds should sink to the bottom. Pour off the ferment, rinse the seeds. Dry in warm place a few days. Place in storage envelope, store in cool dry place til required. Toooo easy!

Saving Heirloom Tomato Seeds - Garden Therapy

Propagating Begonias - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

Propagating Begonias - Martha Stewart Home & Garden

For Grandma's yellow rose

DIY Saturday: Rooting Rose Cuttings — A Cultivated Nest

How to deseed a sunflower

How To Grow New Fig Trees Using Green Moss - This cutting has been inside of the moss for about 2 weeks and in that time the cutting has developed some strong roots. So now it is time to plant the newly rooted cutting into some soil. It really is quite amazing.

DIY Seed Starting Mix Recipes :: Five Little Homesteaders

Seed Starting Mix Recipe - Five Little Homesteaders

Be sure to upcycle your food scraps... All of this food will magically regrow itself!

Earth Month Tips for Food Choices

Take Cuttings from Fresh Herb Plants and Restart them for your own Garden ~ Creative Cain Cabin

What Is A Forsythe Pot And How Is It Used for propagation.

Forsythe Pot Basics – What Is A Forsythe Pot And How Is It Used

How to grow Onions from discarded Onion Bottoms

Grow Onions from Discarded Onion Bottoms