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I'm new to Daves garden so I'm still getting used do how things work,so I'm sorry if this is the wrong place to post a question. I'm moving soon and I'll be leaving a few of my prized plants behind. I have a huge crape myrtle(pride of india) over 4m tall. And I'd like to know if there is any way to propagate these beautiful plants that's easy enough for ur average teenager. Any help is welcomed. I also live in a tropical zone with plenty year round rain.
Actualy the climate where I live is pretty humid we get plenty of rain mild monsoons if u like so I'd say its pretty tropical plus there's coconut palms all over the place. Myb I'm geographically incorrect but I was just using tropic to describe the climate. And we have virtually no winter. Thanx for the websites much appreciated
The warm Mozambique current flows past durban and conifers battle to grow here. Like I said tropical palms and plants love it here and it is literally green all year round. Plus there's never any frost or snow and palms don't suffer with their tips drying out. and it rains constantly through out the year. Maybe my climates not tropical but its al least sub tropical also banana plantations here.