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Basal Stem Cuttings
Basal stem cuttings are usually taken in the spring, immediately after the first leaves on healthy new shoots have opened. Each cutting must include a small sliver of the parent plant's crown attached at the base.


Herbaceous stem cuttings. suitable for propagating houseplants . It is made from tender growth of terminal shoots.
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Stem Cuttings:
Stem cuttings fall into one of three different categories: softwood, semi-hardwood, and hardwood. Softwood cuttings are taken from the current season's new growth, while the stems are still soft yet not too tender. Forsythia and Lilac are good candidates for softwood propagation.

Stem cuttings
Angus prefers to propagate woody perennial herbs such as lavender, lemon verbena and lemon myrtle from stem cuttings and it's a pretty straight forward process.

Stem Cutting: A cutting taken from any part of the stem.
Stem Tip Cutting: A cutting taken from the growing tip of a shoot.
Stigma: On the female organ, this is where the pollen is received.

~s: See cuttings.
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A section of the stem without leaves, but with dormant buds, is rooted in a porous growing medium (Figure 5). This type of cutting is popular to use with plants that exhibit a cane-type of growth, such as dieffenbachia (dumb cane).

~ - A portion of a stem that only includes one or more nodes taken from a plant. This will not include the apex or the tip. ~s are a great way to propagate.

~ A section of a stem prepared for vegetative propagation.
stem tuber An enlarged tip of a rhizome containing stored food.
sterile (1) Material that is free of disease organisms (pathogens), as in potting medium. (2) A plant that is unable to produce viable seeds.

~s: These are treated just like leaf cuttings except you cut off a stem with several leaves instead of just one leaf. Remove the bottom leaves, leaving a few at the top. Proceed as with the leaf cutting.

~s taken in July or August root well even in water, and can be planted out in a sunny location in moist soil when well rooted.
Maintenance and care: Cutting plants back after flowering will produce a fresh flush of attractive growth. Remove flowers to prevent aggressive self-seeding.

How to Take ~s to Make More Plants Save your prized tender garden plants by taking cuttings, before the cold gets them, and makig new plants.
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Cuttings: ~s of various herbs (hyssop, lavender, mints, oregano, sage, thyme) should be taken during the spring or summer, when plants are healthy and growing vigorously.

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Making a basal ~
Choose new shoots, about 7.5cm (3in) long and remove them with a knife, cutting right through their firm base tissue.
Make a straight cut under a leaf joint and strip away the lower leaves so half of the cutting consists of bare stem.

Start from seed, ~s, or root division, whichever you are most comfortable with. This willing herb will work with you.

If you are taking ~s, using a sharp knife cut off a good length of stem. Cut the plant just above the leaf joints and divide the stems into small pieces. Make sure each piece has a leaf. Stick the cuttings into a pot of cuttings compost. You can place several to a pot.

~S is the most common technique. Use a sharp clean scissors or razor blade to cut a 3'-5' piece from the end of a healthy stem just below a leaf node. A node is where a leaf joins the stem. Remove leaves from the bottom 1/3 of the stem.

Types of ~s generally used for propagating plants are softwood, semi-hardwood and hardwood, but you can also make leaf cuttings and root cuttings.
Here we will focus on softwood cuttings, as these are generally the easiest to make. It is harder to grow cuttings from old woody growth.

Hardwood ~A mature shoot of the last season's growth that is removed from the plant after the leaves have fallen to be used in propagating new plants.Head (grape)The upper protion of a vine consisting of the top of the trunk and arms.

Most evergreen rhododendrons and azaleas may be propagated from ~s. Cuttings are usually taken in the early fall from new growth that is just beginning to harden off.

Also you would be wise to take some soft ~s and propagate replacement plants in pots, just in case the old plant doesn't survive the
move. This is easy to do, and in potting compost you should find the cuttings will root quite readily if you keep them moist and warm.

Numerous plant species are propagated by ~s. Most can be taken throughout summer and fall, but ~s of some woody plants root better if taken in the fall or in the dormant season.

Apart from traditional ~s from the bushy growth of the plant,a number of
herbs, like Lemon Balm and Marjoram, can be increased by short ~s taken
directly from the rootstock just as they push through the soil in spring. The shoots are ...

Leucanthemum 'Becky' can be propagated by ~s, tissue culture, or division with ~s the normal method. Cuttings are taken from field grown stock plants that should be replaced annually. Cuttings should be placed in a well-drained growing medium with a pH of 5.8 to 6.5.

Propagation techniques include ~s, leaf cuttings, air layering, spores, seeds, root divisions, runners, and air layering to name a few. There are many plants that can be propagated using these methods, including annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, and roses.

Zebra plants may be propagated from four- to six-inch ~s with the bottom leaves removed. Stick the ~ directly into potting mix or place it in a glass of water until roots begin to form, then plant the cutting.

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Growing: Propagate sage from ~ and division. Although it is perennial, plants rarely live beyond a third season, when they decome brittle and fall apart. They prefer full sun and well-drained soil. Space plants at least 12 inches apart.

Rosemary is slow to germinate and grow from seed so it is best to buy plants or propagate rosemary from ~s. If you are growing this herb indoors, rosemary thrives when moved outdoors for the summer.

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Propagation: Propagate by taking ~s with a "heel" anytime except winter. Divide thyme roots in spring or fall. Some species may be planted from seed. Keep seedlings moist until established.
Harvesting: Pick leaves in summer. Best flavor is obtained when plant is in bloom.

Propagate the pomegranate tree by taking a 12- to 20-inch ~ from one-year-old growth in the dormant winter months. Remove the leaves from the cutting and dip the cut end into rooting hormone.

Softwood ~s are taken and rooted in the summer soon after the flowers fade. The plant is divided in September or in spring. The seed may need stratification and germinates in 20 to 25 days at 70 degrees. Light is necessary for germination.

Callus A thickened tissue that develops at the base of ~s; new tissues formed in response to a wound.
Calyx Sepals and often greenish bracts underneath a flower; the outer floral envelope. The outer set of perianth segments, usually green in color and smaller than the inner set.

Certain dealers also sell named varieties grown from ~s, such as 'Avalanche', 'Bonfire' and 'Falstaff'. These are considerably more expensive because the supply is limited and cutting-grown tubers take longer to reach an appropriate size for sale.

Once you've got an established plant, you can propagate it with ~s, which are more likely to be successful if you use a rooting hormone powder. I'll be trying that myself in a few days, so I'll give you an updated post to let you know how it goes.

Just make a ~ about 6 inches long, strip the leaves off the lower half, and drop it in a glass of water, or pot it up in a small container filled with loose, peat-based potting soil. Roots form quickly, giving you plenty of new baby plants.

Given the right conditions, plants can be rooted from ~s in spring or summer, or in late winter from pieces of root.
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Can be propagated in the summer by ~s.
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Leaves can be picked as needed for cooking or drying.

Gardeners can propagate perennial flowers by dividing plants, layering plants, and rooting ~s.
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For best flavor, propagate plants by taking root or ~s or divisions of the best plants.

Types of Cuttings
Cuttings of landscape plants are usually made from shoots or stems, but a few may be made from roots. Types of ~s generally used for propagating woody plants are softwood, semi-hardwood and hardwood.

ut even with judicious pruning, perennial sages may become woody and unattractive after a few years. The plants can be divided, though mine always end up looking like sad, woody bonsai wannabes. Richter says propagating by ~s or layering is an easy, reliable alternative.

See also: See also: What is the meaning of Cutting, Plant, Stem, Flower, Growing?

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