|This is what my basil looked like|
after a couple weeks
1. cut off some fresh basil stems from your plant
2. put them in a cup of water
3. change the water once a week
i used two clear, empty jars of baby food to root my basil. After about two and one half weeks my cuttings finally started to root. This morning I planted them in nice, warm soil with the mother plant. This got me to thinking, how many plants are propagated by rooting, using this same process?
There are many YouTube Videos that explain how to root basil. But, is there any comprehensive video discussing the concept of Plant Rooting?
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Ray, if you are reading this blog, I would like to know if you would ever be willing to make a video detailing garden vegetables that can be propagated by rooting, and contrasting it with garden vegetables that should only be grown from seed? I am interested in finding something that discusses the basic concept of Vegetable Plant Rooting. What are the advantages and disadvantages of both?
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