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Propagation (491 entries)

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  • Looking for information about that unusual or hard to find plant? This online database lists plants that have been offered through three major seed exchanges. A wealth of information is available about many different plants, with most species including data about the plant type, height, color, origin, relative hardiness, and suggested references.   [Google cache]
  • David Ross shares his 25+ years of gardening experience with us Internet-goers in an eclectic collection of tips and hints. His potting soil recipe sounds intriguing, promising good drainage but decent water retention, lots of nutrients, and air flow.   [Google cache]
  • Tom Clothier, mild-mannered netizen and fascinating individual, has put together a collection of seed germination links. These include soil mixes, information on seed saving and trading, and two wonderful databases with techniques for the germination of nearly 2000 species of annuals, biennials, and perennials. We strongly suggest visiting his personal pages to better understand Tom's gardening philosophy it's well worth it!   [Google cache]
  • Extensive information about the use of plant rooting hormones including cost and time saving methods which are not generally known. Has suggestions for type of rooting hormones to use for special purposes. The favorite site page has a large number to other links. Also has interesting technical articles in various areas of plant growth.   [Google cache]
  • Need to know how to grow something from cuttings? This database has over 750 entries that explain which soil mediums are best, recommended auxins, rooting success, and lots more.   [Google cache]
  • If you're not familiar with Tom Clothier's contributions to plant propagation, do it now! You'll be forever grateful... This link provides all kinds of templates for making your own seed envelopes and a review of other commercially available options like Ziplok, Glassine, bubble pack, etc.    [Google cache]
  • Lots of data from the Thompson & Morgan Successful Seed Raising Guide.   [Google cache]
  • A table detailing propagation tips for about 50 species of annuals.   [Google cache]
  • A nice but limited list of growing tips for certain species based on a Chicago gardener's experiences. Despite the limited range of plants, the information is presented in a very easy to read format that even the most novice gardener can follow.   [Google cache]
  • Well, Tom Clothier has done it again. Rounding out his treatise on annual, biennial, and perennial propagation, this link contains tips on propagating over 450 species of your favorite woodyplants. What we'd like to know is when the book is coming out (just a joke, but it sure would be nice! :)   [Google cache]

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