I have dusty miller growing wild. Can I root it in water to make more plants from the cuttings, as I should trim the growth and it pains me to discard the trimmings.
How to Propagate Dusty Miller
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You can use cuttings from dusty miller to propagate the plant, but you don't root it in water. You root it in a soilless media (perlite, verimulite, sand, peat moss, etc.)
This article will tell you how to prepare the dusty miller cutting and root the cutting:
Additional information on rooting plant cuttings can be found here:
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