How to Start Your Garden From Trimmings
As spring approaches you might be panicking that there is just not enough time or space to do your early-bird indoor planting. While growing everything from a seed can be a fun project and great for the kids to take a peak at (and even take care of), when time and space don’t work out, never fear, you can still plant trimmings later on. By using trimmings, you can not only expand your garden to include new and exciting plants, you will also be saving money by fore-going the purchase of store-raised plants.
As this article describes, you can reproduce many non-wood-stemmed plants through replanting a cut portion of a stem or branch. Ask your friends and family what they might have in their collection to see if you could have some pieces of their beloved plants. Then, follow this article’s thorough and clear advice. From making sure you have quality cuts to preparing the stem to planting, this article will lead you through the simple, easy, and cheap process of adding some new plants to your garden without a lot of money and without a lot of fuss.