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Can I Propagate Flower Bulbs?
I planted a few bulbs this year that I bought and they started blooming. They are super tall plants with pink flowers that are blossoming on the stem, they kind of look like hosta flowers in the way they grow. I can’t remember the name of them because I don’t have the packaging anymore and, this is the first time I have had a garden outside that I can actually plant in. I moved from an apartment to a house so I was excited to try my hand at gardening. Anyways, I clipped them after I noticed that one had broken off. I clipped it on an angle and set it in a vase. I also did the same with the other stem that was on it, not wanting to loose it in potential frost. I was wondering, is it possible to root them somehow? Could I somehow get the flowering stems in the vase to root somehow and plant them in a pot until next year, or to bulb plants no root like that? I’m rather new to it all, and not sure what to do or what is possible. I remember using clear cups and paper towels in school with beans but, I don’t know if that’s an option or anything outside of beans in a small science experiment in grade school, lol. if I could get some answer on this, it would be awesome.
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