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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 »

Cranberries, native to the swamplands of North America, grow on vertical branches, called uprights, which extend from long, trailing vines that form a dense mat during the growth cycle. The fruits form from the blossoms ... More »

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Grow poinsettias in areas protected from cold drafts and extreme temperature changes that receive at least six hours of indirect sunlight a day. Water plants when the soil begins to feel dry, and ensure pots are able to ... 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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