Easter cactus propagation

Easter cactus propagation

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Caption: Easter cactus propagation. Image 2 of 2. Gardener making leaf cuttings of an easter cactus (Rhipsalidopsis sp.). The cuttings are left for a few days before being potted to enable callouses to develop over the 'wounds'. This prevents harmful organisms entering the plant's tissue. To see an image of the cuttings being potted, see B630/380.

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