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Plant Propagation: Ways to Grow New Plants

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Save money by growing new plants from existing ones. Learn how to propagate plants — sow seeds, divide plants, root cuttings, and more.

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How to Divide Plants and Grow from Cuttings

Propagating your favorite plants provides an inexpensive supply of plants for your home and garden.

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How to Root Plants from Cuttings

Here’s a simple way to save a favorite geranium or other annual -- or to make new starts to share with friends.

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Start and Sow Seeds Indoors

Sowing seeds in the ground is a simple way to get flowers and vegetables growing in the spring. You'll have early blooms and fresh vegetables as a result.

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Southeast Gardening: Dividing Perennials

Get more perennials without going to the garden store by dividing the ones you already have with these easy steps.

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Starting Seeds in Peat Pots

Make seed starting easier than ever. Peat pellets expand when watered to make handy biodegradable seed starters.

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Grow Oak Trees from Acorns

Learn how to sprout acorns into oak trees that could live for hundreds of years.

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Start Seeds Indoors

Starting your own garden from seeds is an easy & inexpensive way to grow vegetables and flowers. Learn how to start seeds indoors with expert William Moss.

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Grow Caladiums from Tubers

There’s a lot to like about caladiums. See how easy it is to grow these colorful foliage plants.

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Forcing Bulbs

Learn to grow bulbs out of season by forcing the two easiest kinds: paperwhite and amaryllis.

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Dividing Bearded Iris

Bearded irises are known for two things: bright blooms and easy care. Keep them looking their best by dividing plants every 3 to 5 years.

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