Propagation

​Propagation is the process of creating new plants from a variety of sources: seeds, cuttings, bulbs and other plant parts.  Seeds are typically produced from sexual reproduction within a species, because genetic recombination has occurred. A plant grown from seeds may have different characteristics from its parents. 

Propagation can also occur through cloning, tissue culture and grafting  as well. Plants are produced using material from a single parent and as such there is no exchange of genetic material, therefore vegetative propagation methods almost always produce plants that are identical to the parent. 


We carry a variety of high quality Endo & Ecto Mycorrhizal

root growth enhancers. Mycorrhizal fungal filaments in the

soil are truly extensions of root systems and are more effective

in nutrient and water absorption than the roots themselves.

More than 90 percent of plant species in natural areas form

a symbiotic relationship with the beneficia lmycorrhizal fungi.

In soils that have been disturbed by construction,  intensive

cropping practices with applications of fertilizers containing

pesticidesand other chemical products, the mycorrhizae content

has considerably diminished, and has become insufficient to significantly enhance plant growth.