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cutting. You can tease the pot of plantlets apart and grow them on separately or transplant them as a group to produce a bushier pot plant.More advice on taking cuttings from plantsCarol Klein demonstrates how to take basal cuttings.Dahlias, with Sarah
will form at the end that was furthest away from the parent plant, so this end should sit in the bottom of the planting hole.More advice on propagating plantsCarol Klein's video guide to taking basal cuttingsSarah Raven gives instruction on taking dahlia
layer of horticultural sand and insert the cuttings, spacing them 5cm apart. More advice on taking cuttings from plantsCarol Klein's video guide to taking basal cuttingsSarah Raven gives instruction on taking dahlia cuttingsTaking summer cuttings
.AdamDon't sow seeds too close together as they can be more prone to dying or 'damping off'.More on sowing seedsGrow sweet peas from seedGrowing exotic plants from seed - video advice from Carol KleinSowing seeds outdoorsCollect and save seeds
are at their freshest.Remove the polythene bag once a day and shake out excess water to prevent conditions becoming too humid inside.More plant cuttings projectsTake dahlia cuttings - advice from Sarah RavenLearn how to take basal cuttings, with Carol KleinHow to take
to see them.More on helleboresWatch Carol Klein's video on hand-pollinating hellebores.Learn more about growing hellebores.Read Adam Pasco's blog on oriental hellebores.Browse our collection of hellebore varieties.