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What is leaf propagation?

You may have seen pictures of teeny-tiny succulents that look like something out of a fairy village. They’re absolutely adorable, but where do you buy them? 520 more words

Succulent

Sowing Sweet Peas in Root Trainers

Space is limited here for over-wintering plants so the Geranium ‘Little David’ propagated from one clump a few weeks ago have now been planted. They made nine new plants and are now in groups of three in the main bed. 223 more words

Cut Flower Gardening

Allotment Tidy Up

The nasturtiums and marigolds still look glorious across most of the allotment and I am reluctant to clear them away.

But there’s always a slight urgency to get ahead at this time of year so to keep on top of things new paths have been laid. 442 more words

Cut Flower Gardening

Red Oak

To be able to grow a Red Oak from seed you must first identify a Red Oak – look for leaves that are pinnately lobed. They typically have seven to ten lobes that have pointed edges. 269 more words

Acorn

Propagating Trees

The process of propagation is a fancy term for growing plants and in the case of this website, growing trees. In this section you’ll find out the methods for growing different species of trees in your house, yard, or anywhere you please. 26 more words

Propagating

White Oak

To grow your own White Oak from seed you have to first identify a White Oak Tree, first look for leaves that are pinnately lobed with about seven lobes and have rounded edges, not pointed edges. 221 more words

Acorn

African Violet Update

My single sprouting African violet has turned into three. I planted four leaves in a tub and hoped for the best back in April. Strange that it was a month between each leaf sprouting but I am thoroughly happy with the results. 126 more words

Gardening