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hello i'm thinking of purchacing an electric proporgator for christmas has anyone got any suggestions for a good one. i only garden on a small scale dont want to spend too much money but would like a quality one thanks Hi Oscar - I got a Garland from Amazon and paid around £30 ....
will seeds get overheated in a heated propagator within a greenhouse? I am having mixed results Would have thought so Del but I suppose it depends what you're growing. Are you making sure they get ventilation too? I've got heated propagators in my
Ive got a heated propagator.I am a little unsure of what stage after the seeds have germinated do I open the vents,or do I remove the lids,and how long do I leave the seedlings on heat for?Any advise please! You should take them out of the heated
I have a rare white-flowering variegated buddleia. It's sterile, so no new plants every year, but it's still vigorous and healthy. I've tried taking cuttings which died fairly quickly. Does anyone have any good tips that they could share? I'd really love to have more shrubs to sh...
Hi, I have a large sambucus black lace which I'm afraid has to go to make way for a pond. Can anybody tell me how to propagate from a mature one. Thanks
Follow Monty Don's advice on propagating herbs by division, including how to apply different methods for dealing with fibrous and solid roots, and how to take cuttings from sage plants.springMore advice on growing herbsAdvice on growing herbs
Simple problem - I have one wonderful cushion mum which I got off the market last year, do not know the name. How do I propagate from it? I have tried to google this subject but I do not get anything definitive. Can anyone help? Thanks I think
Find out how to prepare brugmansia for the winter, by following Chris Beardshaw's video guide, including advice on how to take cuttings after moving the plant into a frost-free greenhouse.autumnMore advice on propagating plantsHow to take root
should wait until it sets seed? Any thoughts gratefully received..... They are a short lived perennial, but can be propagated in several ways, You can split up a clump in spring, You can take root cuttings in winter, or collect and sow your own seeds