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This way of rooting plants works even where others are powerless.

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For those plants that are poorly rooted in familiar ways, you have to invent something new. We found a method that is suitable for even the most capricious plants.

You will need:

  • Cinnamon;
  • honey;
  • a cup of soil;
  • sealed zipper bag

Cut off a young shoot from a plant with strong fresh leaves.

Dip the spine in honey (if honey is thick, spread it on the root), and then roll in cinnamon.

Lower the root treated in this way into the ground. Honey and cinnamon will destroy harmful bacteria, preventing the root from rotting.

Water the plant, then place the glass in the zipper bag and fasten it. Excess moisture will not go away, and the plant will not need to be disturbed for watering.

After 10-15 days, your sprout will take root. The method is suitable even for plants that root poorly with shoots.

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