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Prevent Plant Losses by Taking Cuttings

By clintbrown
August 5, 2012

It always seems to happen. You add a new plant to the garden only to see it destroyed by some random creature or weather disaster. This is why I always take a few cuttings or divisions of any new plants before placing them in their final spot.

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Aug 6, 2012 1:06 PM CST
They seem so small and vulnerable when they are new that I've never thought to remove some tiny bit of their already tiny selves....
BUT I lost all my Firespinner delosperma this year, from rain, like you, and I was really looking forward to that one.....
So thanks for planting that little brain cutting in my head!
SHOW ME YOUR CRITTERS! I have a critter page over at Cubits.

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