puterblues I was cleaning the bottoms of plants a few weeks ago and decided to use the best cuttings instead of tossing them.  I used honey 🍯 as a dip solution/rooting hormone. They rooted and are looking pretty good. Outside this morning adjusting to some indirect sunlight.

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I was cleaning the bottoms of plants a few weeks ago and decided to use the best cuttings instead of tossing them. I used honey 🍯 as a dip solution/rooting hormone. They rooted and are looking pretty good. Outside this morning adjusting to some indirect sunlight.

Comments (10)

sandracoleuk

sandracoleuk, 20 days ago

🌱🌱🌱🌱❀

c.petit26

c.petit26, 20 days ago

πŸ˜†πŸ™ŒHell yeah!! πŸ‘πŸ’š

puterblues

puterblues, 20 days ago

@c.petit26 thanks!πŸ™Œ

puterblues

puterblues, 20 days ago

@sandracoleuk πŸ’šπŸ˜ŠπŸŒΏ

pnwadventurepan

pnwadventurepan, 20 days ago

Amazing!!!

puterblues

puterblues, 20 days ago

@pnwadventurepan thank you! πŸ™πŸ½

my_poor_mother

my_poor_mother, 20 days ago

What?!!?! I've never heard of that. Where did you learn that?

puterblues

puterblues, 20 days ago

@my_poor_mother the honey part? Just researching natural home gardening. I’ve used many propagation products from grow shops in the past (as an employee). and I was never excited about it. (expensive bottled products with colorful labels...) Honey (water it down) is a natural antiseptic & protects the exposed cut while it rooting. Cinnamon work too:)

puterblues

puterblues, 20 days ago

@puterblues & aloe vera:)