Step 16: Gardening Tip 10 out of 16
Gardening Tip 10: Share Cuttings with Neighbors, Friends, and Family
It pays to be generous even if the generosity comes with a motive. For one reason or another, no judgment, plants don't always make it through the winter, which is why it's best to hedge bets on plants potentially making it through the winter at the homes of other people. During the fall, when temperatures are still warm enough, share cuttings of plants with neighbors, friends, and family. This will give the plants enough time to root and get comfy without the strain of summer or the agony of the great indoors. If your plant doesn't make it, perhaps you can get a cutting of the plant in the spring.