I have one that is a few years old now, and it is sending up lots of new shoots from underneath. When I re-pot it I will take off all the "babies" and make new plants with them. I'm not sure if any other methods such as root cuttings or leaf cuttings would work if you can't wait for it to propagate itself.
by LeonJane 7 years ago
How to propagate plants
by StricktlyDating 8 years ago
How do you propagate roses from cuttings?
by cjcarter 7 years ago
Calling all creative artsy thinkers!I want to create a book for one of my best friends as a Christmas present. She wrote me notes everyday when we were in high school, and I just recently found them. I want to put all the notes into a book for her, but I want to keep the original notes for myself....
by Kenneth C Agudo 4 years ago
Viruses: Living or Nonliving?A virus is a very unusual kind of organism. For one thing, its structure can hardly be called a cell. It does not have the usual parts of a cell. So for you is it a living thing or nonliving thing?
by Les Trois Chenes 6 years ago
Can we move hubs from one account to another?I'd like to create a new account and move some of my hubs there. Is this possible? Without, of course, rebuilding and cutting and pasting!
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