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2015-12-16T12:54:37+05:30
Suc.kers (excluding '.') of Chrysanthemum arise from the base of the erect shoot, grow horizontally in the soil and then come out to form new aerial shoots, these then form into an independent plant.
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2015-12-16T15:19:22+05:30
Keep the perlite moist at all times. Chrysanthemum cuttings will root in 3 to 4 weeks. When the roots are 1 to 1 1/2 inches long, remove the cuttings and plant them into small pots containing fresh potting soil or plant them directly into the garden. Pinch off the top 1/2 inch of the small plant to encourage branching
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