Air layering

When it comes to propagation, our minds jump to cuttings or seeds. But what about air layering? It's unique, easy, and effective for plants with large stems.

Air Layering: How to Propagate Plants With This Unique Method

When it comes to propagation, our minds jump to cuttings or seeds. But what about air layering? It's unique, easy, and effective for plants with large stems.

Infographic : How to propagate rose by air layering. More amazing info in this post.

30 Diagrams to Make You Master in Growing Roses

Whether you are a rosarian, a beginner or a serial rose killer, you will love these interesting, informative and fun illustrations that will teach you everything you need to know about growing roses.

Air layering plants is a method of propagation that doesn’t require a horticultural degree or fancy rooting hormones or tools. Read here to get more information and some easy plants on which to try the process.

Air Layering Propagation – How To Air Layer Plants

Air layering plants is a method of propagation that doesn’t require a horticultural degree or fancy rooting hormones or tools. Read here to get more information and some easy plants on which to try the proces

Air layering is a propagation method for woody plants that allows you to root branches while still attached to the parent plant. It is useful for plants that are hard ...

Propagating Plants by Air Layering

Air layering is a propagation method for woody plants that allows you to root branches while still attached to the parent plant. It is useful for plants that are hard .

A sheet of polyethylene film wrapping the ball of sphagnum moss using the butchers fold to secure a tight seal.

Layering propagation - A sheet of polyethylene film wrapping the ball of sphagnum moss using the butchers fold to secure a tight seal.

Revolutionary new Air-Propagator that allows to start a plant from another living plant without taking a cutting. New  roots growing on the cutting when it's still on the mother plant.

This is the coolest thing. It is a propagator that allows a person to start a plant from another living plant without taking a cutting. It grows roots on the cutting when its still on the mother plant.

Air Layering For Difficult-To-Root Plants - Air layering is a useful method of producing roots on the stem of indoor landscape plants that have become “leggy” through the loss of their lower foliage.This method, believed to have been developed centuries ago by the Chinese, has been used successfully as a mean of propagating some of the more difficult-to-root plants.

STEPS TO AIR LAYERING-Method of wounding plants having less woody stems in preparation for air layering.

Plant propagation — rooting cuttings and layering — types of plants suitable for which method, more - good info!  ************************************************

Plant propagation — rooting cuttings and layering — types of plants suitable for which method, more - good info!

Air layering

air layering Remove the newly rooted plant from the parent plant with a sharp knife or pruning shears, making the cut just below the ball of moss and roots.

Air Layering for Difficult-To-Root Plants

Placing a polyethylene tent over the newly potted plant for 4 to 8 days until the root system is well established

#Airlayering is best for propagating large #houseplants with thick stems. HousePlant411.com

Chart showing plant propagation by air layering

Air propagation with things you have around the house!  I am soooo doing this.

Air propagation with things you have around the house! I am soooo doing this.

Learn How to Air Layer: Gardening

Typically done in early spring, air layering is a great way to propagate – especially if you’ve got difficult-to-root plants.

Air Layering Propagation – How To Air Layer Plants

Air Layering Propagation – How To Air Layer Plants

Air layering plants is a method of propagation that doesn’t require a horticultural degree or fancy rooting hormones or tools. Read here to get more information and some easy plants on which to try the process.

Camellia Air Layering - Part 1

I've had about a success rate with this camellia air layering process over the last 4 years with roughly 450 plants surviving out of 500 attempts.

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