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What you need:
  • Small pot
  • Potting soil
  • Paper clip
Simple layering is a technique that's used to propagate plants that produce runners and trailing shoots. First, fill a clean small pot with moist seedling mix.
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Select a healthy shoot and position it so a node is in the center of the small pot. Use a paper clip to peg the shoot down. Keep the pot moist for the next few weeks.
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When new growth is evident, the new plant is ready to be removed from the parent plant. Use sharp, clean pruning shears to separate the plants.