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Aug 18, A 3- to 5-inch piece of stem is cut from the parent plant. The leaves on the lower one-third to one-half of the stem are removed.
A high percentage of the cuttings root, and they do so quickly. Softwood cuttings are prepared from soft, succulent, new growth of woody plants, just as it begins to harden (mature). Shoots are suitable for making softwood cuttings when they can be snapped easily when bent and when they still have a gradation of leaf size (oldest leaves Estimated Reading Time: 8 mins.
A stem cutter is probably the easiest option to help you cut artificial flower stems. It particularly works well when you have to cut larger or thick stems.
It does require a base to be added as it sits on narrow feet with holes drilled to make attaching easy.
It can also easily cut metal, wood, flower stems. Jun 08, Immediately pot up your cutting in moist potting mix, sand, perlite, or vermiculite. Keep your cutting humid by loosely wrapping it in clear plastic. You can also create a makeshift greenhouse by placing the entire pot in a clear plastic bag. Place your planted cutting in bright light but avoid direct sunlight which can be too powerful. A north or east-facing window is a great location for growing cuttings. Jan 06, Materials and methods.
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