I’m Guest Posting Over at Self Reliant School Today
I really do love herbs. They are an essential part of my home garden.
This is a technique I learned many years ago. It’s easy to do once you learn to look at a plant stalk from the view of propagating it for cuttings.
It’s really possible – Almost Free Herbs
This simple technique, once mastered can be used on any perennial plant that has a stalk. With only a few exceptions. Taking stem cuttings does not work on plants that come right out of the ground in a big clump, like aloe and hosta, bulbing plants like garlic or chives, and grasses or annuals. Those are best propagated by division or seed.
Head on over to my post at Self Reliant School and learn how to do it yourself.
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