Growing flowers

by Wendy
(Lakewood, CA USA)

In the past year I have learned some of the plants that you can just break off and replant instead of doing what I have been doing for years which is buying and planting. It's very cost effective once you learn which flowers/plants you can use.

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Aug 24, 2008
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New Plants for Free
by: Anonymous

Kalanchoe (a succulent houseplant with tiny flowers that come in pink, orange, red or yellow) is another plant that is very easy to propagate. Just break off a small piece, place it in the soil and keep the soil damp. It doesn't take long and I've even found baby plants in my lawn, where it decided to reproduce by itself!

Jul 10, 2008
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Transplanting
by: Anonymous

Hi,

I totally agree!I have some purple flower as well as some green leaf Ivy I transplant.I occasionlly, break off the stems to make a fresh new pot.

It's awesome to be able to save money and create a beautiful arrangement of flowers at the same time.

Jul 10, 2008
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Transplanting
by: Anonymous

Hi,

I totally agree!I have some purple flower as well as some green leaf Ivy I transplant.I occasionlly, break off the stems to make a fresh new pot.

It's awesome to be able to save money and create a beautiful arrangement of flowers at the same time.

Jul 06, 2008
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great idea
by: Anonymous

This is a great idea. Do you have recommendations on which plants are the best to try this replanting technique?

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