Get the Know How on Multiplying Your Houseplant Collection
Propagation is how we get new plants. This can be done with seeds, but when it comes to houseplants, vegetative cuttings are much more common. Save yourself time, energy, and money by learning the best way to propagate your favorite houseplants. Click any of the images below to learn more:
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Get Even More Know How on Propagating Your Plants
Looking to learn how to propagate a specific type of plant? How about starting houseplants from seeds? Keep on scrolling for more Know How!
Cacti & Succulents
Succulents and cacti are some of the easiest houseplants to propagate, and some of the most prolific.
Learn about propagating cacti and succulents by clicking here.
Epiphytes are among nature’s most fascinating plants. One of the most popular epiphytes grown as a houseplant is the bromeliad.
If you’re lucky enough to be growing a bromeliad, or any other epiphyte, click here to learn more about how to propagate them.
Houseplants from Seeds
Houseplants can also be propagated from seed. It might take a little longer, but it is so satisfying! Contrary to what many people believe, you don’t have to have your own greenhouse to accomplish this.
Get the Know How on seed propagating houseplants by visiting our article on propagating houseplants with seeds .
Whether you’re a propagation beginner, a master gardener, or something in between, the button below has everything you could want to know about seed starting.
More Popular Houseplants for Propagating
At Gardening Know How we receive thousands of questions about houseplants – many of them about propagation. Below are a few of the most popular houseplants that fans ask how to propagate.
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