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Fall Plants to Propagate For Spring

Just about any tender perennial is a candidate for snipping in the fall and replanting in the spring. Here are our 5 favorite plants to propagate in fall.

Propagating for Spring Planting

Photo by Rob Cardillo

Just about any tender perennial is a candidate for snipping in the fall and replanting in the spring. Here are some favorites.

Geranium

Photo by courtesy of Proven Winners

Just about any tender perennial is a candidate for snipping in the fall and replanting in the spring. The geranium shown here is one popular choice.

Also known as: Pelargonium

Million Bells

Photo by courtesy of Proven Winners

Also known as: Calibrachoa

Dusty Miller

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Also known as: Artemisia stelleriana

Impatiens

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Also known as: I. walleriana

Fuchsia

Photo by courtesy of Proven Winners

Also known as: Fuchsia magellanica