Cuttings of gardenias can be rooted either in plant mix or in water. To root them in water, you need clear glass or plastic bottles, scissors and paper towels. More »

The dwarf gardenia is a flowering perennial plant that can grow up to 2 feet high and 3 feet wide when it is mature. It produces very fragrant flowers in June and July. More »

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To grow gardenias, plant them in a humid and sunny location, add compost to the soil, mulch the plant, water the plant regularly, fertilize the plant, and prune the plant. You need compost, mulch, fertilizer and pruning ... More »

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Cut off plantlets and plant them in new pots in moist soil, or cut them off and set them in a bowl of water to sprout the beginning of a root system before potting. Alternatively, leave the plantlets connected the mother... More »

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To grow gardenias, plant them in a humid and sunny location, add compost to the soil, mulch the plant, water the plant regularly, fertilize the plant, and prune the plant. You need compost, mulch, fertilizer and pruning ... More »

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To make a natural root killer, mix some vinegar and water together and inject it into the plant's main stalk or taproot. Gardeners can also spray weed foliage with the vinegar mixture or pour it into the soil. More »

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Because a peppercorn plant does not normally produce peppercorns until its third year, purchase a well-started vine with a fully established root system. Deal with a reputable greenhouse or grower who guarantees the prod... More »

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