How to plant young plants or cuttings

How to plant young plants or cuttings

Growing outdoors for beginners. You’ve improved your soil or filled your pots. It’s warm and light enough outside and your plants have done some growing. Now it’s time to plant them for real! But how do you plant a plant? Is it simply a matter of making a hole and dumping a plant in it? Well… almost.

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Make a hole

Putting a plant in the ground really isn’t very complicated, but you need to pay attention to a few details. First up: feel how moist the ground is in the little pots your plants are in. If this is a little dry, you need to dunk your plants in water to moisten the earth around the root ball. Now you can get to work.

Later: repotting your plant

As your plants grow, their pots will have to size up as well. This sounds easy, but there are some details to keep track off.

Add a little water and Power Roots, so the plant can spread its roots throughout the new pot.

Grow topics

Grow knowledge: we’ve got plenty of it. We think these Grow topics may be of interest to you.

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