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Basil fer shure!ispinwool wrote:...hmm....what other plants can you "take cuttings off of" to root for the following year?stealthmayhem wrote:sanderson wrote:Stealth, Do you mean you cut a branch of a pepper plant and rooted it? If so, very interesting.stealthmayhem wrote:Oh, and one more thing. I took a couple of cutting off of my Big Bertha Pepper last year before i shut down the garden for the year, and have had them over wintering in my office. Already have two good size peppers on it so far. As always, pics will follow.
Definitely. I Have pulled two peppers of so far. I have also taken five more cuttings off the same plant, but only 3 survived. But, so far, so good.
Tomato suckers, pineapple sage, and basil are the only things I have grown from cuttings.
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