DIY Plant Propagation


Welcome to the world of DIY plant propagation! Learn how to grow new plants from cuttings, seeds, and more. #DIY #PlantPropagation


First up, let's talk about stem cuttings. Choose a healthy stem and cut it at a 45-degree angle. Remove any leaves from the bottom half. #StemCuttings


Next, dip the cut end in rooting hormone and place it in a pot with moist soil. Keep it in a warm and humid environment until roots form. #RootingHormone


Leaf cuttings are another easy way to propagate plants. Simply cut a leaf and place it in a pot with moist soil. Keep it in a bright spot. #LeafCuttings


For plants with woody stems, try hardwood cuttings. Take a 6-inch cutting from a dormant plant and place it in moist soil. Keep it in a cool spot. #HardwoodCuttings


Seeds are a great way to grow new plants, but they require a bit more patience. Sow them in a pot with moist soil and keep them warm and moist. #Seeds


Air layering is a technique used for plants with thick stems. Make a small cut in the stem and wrap it with moist sphagnum moss. Roots will form in a few weeks. #AirLayering


Division is a simple way to propagate plants that have multiple stems. Gently separate the stems and plant them in individual pots. #Division


Don't forget about water propagation! Place cuttings in a jar of water and change it every few days. Once roots form, transfer them to soil. #WaterPropagation


Congratulations, you are now a pro at DIY plant propagation! Experiment with different methods and watch your plant collection grow. #GreenThumb #PlantLover