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How to grow a kiwi plant from seed

Kiwifruit is so tasty; it's intoxicating. All my life, I've enjoyed the unique flavour and texture of kiwis but never stopped to wonder where they come from and how they grow. It took 24 years, countless fruit salads, and the digestion of innumerous tiny black seeds before I thought about planting some. After my first…

This is a great photo of what your hostas look like when just coming up. They can be quite the last thing to come back each spring so don't give up on them. This links to an article on: Dividing Hostas Like A Pro - How & When To Divide Your Hosta Plants Garden Yard Ideas, Lawn And Garden, Garden Projects, Garden Landscaping, Landscaping Ideas, Shade Landscaping, Natural Landscaping, Garden Beds, Indoor Garden

Dividing Hostas Like A Pro - How & When To Divide Your Hosta Plants

Watch Richard Merritt of New Hampshire Hostas as he shows you step-by-step how to propagate your hostas. Richard talks about the best time of year to transplant hostas, the tools to use and the soil and type of compost he uses at New Hampshire Hostas

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Grow Plants for Free: How to Propagate Rosemary From Cuttings | Pass the Pistil

Would you like to grow plants for free? When I was young, it was common for my mother to send me to the neighbors for a cutting of this or a clipping of that. Stems or other bits of plants taken from neighbors plants were carefully pruned, passed off to me and I would […]

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Propagating Succulents — Needles + Leaves

How to propagate succulents from cuttings and leaves. If you’re anything like me, you probably love to have succulents in the house. I try to keep them in bright windows that get plenty of light, but sometimes they can still get leggy. This happens when a plant isn’t getting enough light and it sta

How To Propagate Aloe Vera By Division - House Plants - ideas of House Plants - Aloe vera is a favorite low maintenance plant. Propagate aloe vera plants by removing the babies from the mother plant and potting them up on their own. Diy Garden, Indoor Garden, Indoor Plants, Garden Landscaping, Propigating Plants, Aloe Vera Plant Indoor, Aloe Plant Care, Landscaping Borders, Succulents In Containers

How To Propagate Aloe Vera By Division - Get Busy Gardening

Propagating aloe vera is fun and easy, simply remove the baby aloe pups and transplant them. Learn exactly how to propagate aloe vera plants step-by-step.

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The Secret Reason Your Houseplants Keep Dying

Have you ever repotted a plant just to have it looking sad and wilted three days later? We have. Here?s how to repot a plant and keep it from dying.