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by honeybee on July 08, 2004 07:36 AM
Hello! I would like to know how to go about propagating this plant. I have read that you can get new plants from the leaves. But how!?
by MaritimeDreamer on July 18, 2004 05:12 AM
Hi - these tropicalplants are really easy to propagate. Take a leaf and put the end that was taken from the stem into the soil. Or you can trim longer pieces and plant them into the soil. It will divide where trimmed and becomes fuller. Keep the soil moist but not overwatered. The leaves fall off really easily.
I live in NS, and am looking for a burro's tail (or perhaps just some leaves to get started?). Can you help me?

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