This is an article about portfolio company, Bloomscape.
What’s more rewarding as a plant parent than getting to see one of your favorite plants have children of its own? Indeed propagating your plants makes you feel like you’ve really made it. While propagating in water is probably the most common method, propagating plant cuttings in soil is the most highly-recommended way to go about it.
Plant experts say cuttings develop a better root system in a potting mix than they do in water. While Bloomscape recommends rooting your cuttings via water if you’re new to propagation (it’s fun to see the roots develop right before your eyes!), doing so in soil is actually really simple, too.
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