How to Propagate Bougainvillea?

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Learning how to propagate bougainvillea will help the plant to become more plentiful, or even to be taken inside. You want to create a soil from sterile sand and nutrient-rich potting soil. Equal parts of each of these should be well mixed. Take a sharp knife and cut off a four-inch piece of this plant's stem. Slightly injure the bark by scratching it and then dip it into a powdered rooting hormone. Moisten the soil completely and drain extra water. Place the stem into the soil and place this in an area where it will not get direct sunshine.
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1. Prepare the potting mixture. Mix equal parts of nutrient-rich potting soil and sterile sand in a bucket. Stir in just enough water to moisten the mix without making it soggy. Fill
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Kathy, propagation by cuttings is the preferred choice. Simply cut a tender shoot that is at least six inches long. Remove the lower sets of leaves. Dip the cutting in a rooting compound
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Bougainvillea is hardy in the U.S. Department of Agriculture zones 9 or higher. Although I live in zone 4, I can still grow this beautiful vining plant as a houseplant. A friend of
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Add equal parts of peat moss and sand to the seeding tray, and water the mixture well. Allow the water to drain and pack down the soil. Press the bougainvillea seeds into the soil
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1. Prepare the potting mixture. Mix equal parts of nutrient-rich potting soil and sterile sand in a bucket. Stir in just enough water to moisten the mix without ...
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