Propagating Poinsettias: Learn About Poinsettia Plant Propagation

By Teo Spengler Poinsettias are not very long-lived plants in the best of circumstances, but you can certainly extend poinsettia pleasure beyond one Christmas season with appropriate plant care. Even better, you can grow replacement plants by propagating poinsettias. Poinsettia plant propagation can provide your home with a continuous supply of the lovely holiday favorites. Read on to learn about poinsettia propagation methods. Poinsettia Plant Propagation If you are wondering about propagating poinsettias, there are two primary methods of poinsettia plant propagation. You can get new poinsettia plants either by planting seeds or by rooting a poinsettia cutting. Most people who propagate these plants do so by rooting a poinsettia cutting. This is the only way to ensure that you will get a poinsettia plant that is identical to the parent plant. It’s fun to plant the seeds though, and you may grow a great new variety. How to Propagate


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