There's always something else for a propagation junkie
...to try. Just within the past week, stuff I've read on these forums has inspired me to commence propagation experiments with a Gardenia shrub in the yard, and a Sansevieria house plant. There's no need or pre-existing desire to have more of these although I'm sure they'll find welcome homes if not my own. Just the propagation junkie in me finding the inspiration to branch out (pun intended) so I can have some different things to give people... and just to see what happens to satisfy my own curiosity first. Every year there's more & new adventures (and little pots everywhere.)
Other recent experiments have had good success, fig, Hydrangea, Begonias, many house plants, some veggie experiments, numerous perennials, bulbs found in the lawn, the ever-present Buddleias migrating around the yard. Then of course there's the annual Coleus cuttings. Really a unique kind of "fun" to me.
I'm not a very organized person about most things but am really becoming inspired reading about winter sowing. I purposely didn't use all of my seeds this spring so I could try that... just hope the squirrels don't veto the idea and rearrange everything.
Are you addicted? How's it going? Do you have a pot ghetto? I used to but have kind of spread things out around the porches and under various trees lately.