If you’re looking for garden ideas that don’t involve waiting for seeds to germinate or buying established plants, you will want to learn about propagating plants. Specifically, you should pick up a tip or two about growing plants from cuttings. If you have plants you love and want more of, here are 10 plants that will grow well from cuttings. Propagating plants means more plants — and less work — all around. Now that’s a win-win!
Who doesn’t love these enormous, sweet-smelling blooms? The’ll grow on “old wood” or branches that are a year old or older.
Salvia comes in white, pink, purple, salmon, lavender, orange, burgundy, and red. It’s thin, cone-like flowers grow great from cuttings.
There are about 30 different species of dahlia, and most of them will grow well from cuttings.
These gorgeous white flowers with that signature scent will grow from cuttings — so you can enjoy even more of them in your home or garden.
This popular ornamental shrub is also pretty easy to grow from cuttings.
These are some of the most popular flowering plants, but many growers don’t know how easily they can propagate their azaleas from cuttings.
Most people don’t think of growing shrubs from cuttings, but with boxwood, you can definitely propagate them this way.
Mums, as they’re called for short, come in tons of colors and are easy to propagate from a cutting. Propagating chrysanthemums is easier than saying it!
9. Butterfly Bush
If you’ve never grown a plant from cuttings before, you might start with butterfly bush. It’s especially easy for beginners.
Known for its big, bright blooms, you can get more camellia into your life though the fairly simple process of propagating from cuttings.