How To Propagate Herbs

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Do you like the idea of enlarging your existing herb garden, but are stuck on how to proceed. You have a lot of options when you want to propagate herbs. The best thing is you do not need to buy seeds that need to be started and replanted.

You can easily propagate herbs using bulbs, cuttings, other plant pieces, and even seeds. Cuttings are a good option as they regrow quickly and do not require a lot of effort. All you will need to do is prepare your cuttings and place them in a glass of water.

A plastic bag will also be needed to properly propagate herbs at home. You may find that the process is so simple that you can regrow various types of herbs for planting in containers or out in a garden. The only thing that might be difficult is waiting three to four weeks for roots to develop.

Instructions to propagate herbs at home are on here…

How To Propagate Herbs

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