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Propagating basil from cuttings

Getting basil to root is quit simple. Follow these 5 steps and NEVER BUY BASIL AGAIN.

  • Step 1 : Take a few cuttings of fresh, healthy basil.
  • Step 2 : Snip the bottom sets of leaves from the stem so that ther’s only an inch of foliage at the top of your sprigs.
  • Step 3 : Put your cuttings into a jar of water and set near a window.
  • Step 4 : Wait a few days, til the roots become visible.
  • Step 5 : Plant in soil and continue to water as needed.

Propagating basil from cutting

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