Begonia Leaf Propagation


Foliage begonias, which include the Rex, Iron Cross and Angel Wing cultivars, produce colorful leaves and inconspicuous flowers. According to the University of Florida Mid-Florida Research and Education Center, this type of begonia is usually propagated by leaf cuttings. Use a clean, well drained mixture of peat moss and perlite, vermiculite or sand as a…

Hoya Plant Propagation


Native to Australia and Eastern Asia, there are about 100 different varieties of Hoya. As a houseplant, they typically bloom in the summer, a delicate looking flower that is star shaped. Hoyas can be propagated at any time of the year, using seeds, leaf cutting and stem cuttings. Propagating by Seed Using seed to propagate…

Bird of Paradise Plant Propagation


Bird of paradise is propagated by division or by seeds. Since most plants are hybrids, seeds are likely to give you a plant with characteristics different from the parent plant. Seeds Bird of paradise seeds must be less than six months old to germinate successfully. The seeds have a tough outer coating that must be…

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