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how to propagate lavender from cuttings... can be done with other herbs such as Rosemary, Mint and Sage, just cut and pop in water for roots to grow

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Young Gardeners series: Propagating Dan

Discover what inspires garden designer Daniel Corby Bristow of Propagating Dan- young gardeners on HOUSE - design, food and travel by House & Garden.

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Top 10 self-seeding plants for a fuss-free cottage garden

Top 10 self-seeding plants for a cottage garden. These low-maintenance self-seeding plants spread around your garden for a relaxed style

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Propagate Plants From Cuttings and Save Hundreds of Dollars (Heck, You Could Even Make Money

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When to Seed Calendar - an easy guide to show when to plant vegetables inside your polytunnel. Take a look at our website for more polytunnel tips http://www.northernpolytunnels.co.uk/blog/cat/hobby-polytunnels/post/when-to-seed-calendar/

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Propagating Rosemary (lavender, etc.) - How-to root in water, but water roots are weaker than those started in soil. Commenter Sebette says: "I have my rosemary cuttings rooting nicely in damp potting soil in old six packs. I worked on an herb farm doing propagation and we did all the perennial herbs this way. Cut 2-3 pieces about 3 inches long, strip off the lower leaves, dip, poke hole in soil, place in hole, snug in and wait. By putting in more sprigs to start you get a bushier plant."

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