Camellia propagation

Camellia propagation

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This image is part of the sequence Flowers: gardener propagating the leaves of a Camellia plant

Credit: GEOFF KIDD/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Camellia propagation. Image 2 of 3. After dipping the end of the cutting in rooting powder (left), the gardener places each leaf cutting of camellia (Camellia sp.) in a mixture of compost and grit, using a dibber (right hand) to make the holes. The rooting powder is a substance containing plant hormones and promotes root growth. To see a sequence of the process see B630/412 to B630/414.

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