Rooting hormone for plants is most commonly applied in a powder or gel form, but can either of these be used in the process of water propagation?
Can you use your own saliva to propagate plants? This blog article explores the science behind rooting hormones and whether saliva is a viable option.
As an easily accessible and cost-effective option, turmeric raises the question: can it be used as a rooting hormone?
The Monstera genus are popular houseplants due to their stunning foliage and robust nature, but are they able to produce seeds while being grown indoors?
Rooting hormone is a must-have for many plant-lovers, but could it be dangerous or toxic to curious dogs and cats in your home?
Rooting hormones are commonly used by plant propagators of all levels of expertise. What’s in them that makes them so effective at stimulating growth?