Carnations can be grown either from seed or by cuttings. Whichever way is chosen, they are fairly easy to grow provided climatic requirements are met. More »

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Grow pomegranates by choosing a good location for the tree, planting a pomegranate cutting, watering the cutting thoroughly, fertilizing the plant correctly and pruning it. You need a pomegranate cutting, pruning shears,... More »

To grow radishes, directly plant seeds in a sunny location during the fall, winter or spring. Radishes need cool weather to thrive, so summer planting is not recommended. More »

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Plant hyssop from seed, or propagate from cuttings or by dividing other plants. Hyssop prefers a sunny location but tolerates some shade. It grows in poor soil but does best in alkaline soil that drains well. Plants can ... More »

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While they produce large flowers, hydrangeas rarely produce seed and require propagation by cuttings. While taking the cuttings is quick, they require several weeks to grow new roots. You will need soilless mix, rooting ... More »

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Grow rosemary by planting it at the right time of year, choosing a good location, watering the plant regularly, trimming and pruning the limbs and getting cuttings of the plant. You need water, a pot, well-drained soil a... More »

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To grow stonecrop plants, fill a pot with regular potting soil or cactus soil, and apply indentations in the soil before inserting plant cuttings. Get the cuttings from such stonecrop plants as Sedum hispanicum, Sedum ac... More »

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