Propagation Forums


These are the resources available at GardenWeb having to do with plant propagation, either from seed or vegetatively. For other gardening topics, you might want to look through the other forum topics.

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Growing from Seed
This is the place to discuss the techniques and choices involved in growing plants from seed.

Plant Propagation
This forum covers all aspects of vegetative reproduction, such as layering, rooting cuttings, etc.

This forum covers the science of plants.

Winter Sowing
For those sowing seeds outdoors in winter.


Rose Propagation & Exchange
This forum is for those who wish to discuss the various methods of rose propagation and perhaps trade some cuttings.

For those who are interested in cross-breeding plants.

Sesbania's Gardening Tips
This list includes articles on starting seeds indoors and stratification.



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