How to root in plastic baggies ? Bougainvillea or whatever ?
I'm a newbie in central Florida.
I want to propagate some Bouganvillea and other plants. Bouganvillea first.
I've heard that putting the cuttings in baggies with some rooting hormone, the proper soil mix, and some water is the way to do it. Then seal the bag so the moisture stays inside. Keep 'em in the shade and wait.
Question 1 - Do you re-open the baggie and put more water in every day... or few days... or week... or what?
Question 2 - Do you cut a long branch or just the 3 or 4 inches at the end of a branch?
Question 3 - Do you cut it clean or at an angle?
Question 4 - What other tips can you folks share with me on the subject?
Thanks for any help.