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Upside down cutting propagation

 
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Anyone tried it? I just saw it at theproductivegarden.com

Basically you plant it upside down with the leaves and branches in tact and the branches and such form the root ball.
 
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Interesting idea. I would love to hear about this.
I think I'll have to follow this one.
 
He repaced his skull with glass. So you can see his brain. Kinda like this tiny ad:
Heat your home with the twigs that naturally fall of the trees in your yard
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