Got a veritable jungle in your living room? Geraniums on every sunny windowsill? If you’re a real houseplant junkie (or even crazy plant lady) you know that it’s an addiction that can get expensive: there’s the soil, the fertilizer, the endless scaling up of pots.
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There is, however, one part of the equation you don’t have to break the bank on, and that’s the plant itself. Read on for the spend-thrift’s guide to growing your own houseplants from teeny-weeny, totally free cuttings. The plants below are some of the easiest to propagate, so you’re sure to have success with these.
Here's how to repot a houseplant that's outgrowing its pot: