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I've worked in a couple of zone 4 plant nurseries, and we stored all of our perennials, shrubs and trees outside through the winter. To do this, we stacked the pots at a 45 degree angle. We used bricks keep the first row of pots at that angle, then angled the other pots on top of those, putting one pot in the gap between the two lower pots. This tended to ...


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Try leaving the leaf somewhere completely dry until it starts to grow roots. For example just put it on a dry piece of paper, on a window sill where gets plenty of light. Since it is a succulent plant, there is plenty of water stored in the leaf already. It doesn't need any more until it starts to grow. In fact it will start to grow roots as a response to ...


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