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Definition of Irishman's cuttings

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Definition as written by Baa:

A very simple and effective method of propagation.

In the Spring when the new shoots are coming up, scrape away a bit of the soil from the base of the plant and cut a shoot, with a few roots attached, from the plant. Pot up as normal.

This method more or less guarantees that the cuttings will take.


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