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I love to grow various plants at home as they help to create a special atmosphere at home. Besides, plants purify the air and remove toxins. Growing plants is a great hobby that helps to relax and make you happier. Watch this video to find a lot of gardening tips that will help to grow oranges, tomatoes, cucumbers and more. You will find brilliant tips that will help you easily propagate various plants.
We know an easy way to grow tomatoes without an effort. Cut tomatoes in circles and place in the soil. Next, cover the slices with another part of soil and water. The same idea you can use to grow bell peppers. Find an easy tutorial! Check out a cool way to check if the cucumber seeds are good – place them in a glass with water. Good seeds will be in the bottom. One more brilliant idea is to use toilet paper for seed starting. Wrap seeds in toilet paper and place in the soil. You can use eggshells as seeding pots. When your plants outgrow their temporary homes, place them in eggshells into the soil. You can grow tomatoes in these pots. Moreover, eggshell is a natural fertilizer.
Check out the eaiest way to regrow an aloe from a leaf. Ask your friend to cut off a leaf from the stem. Allow the cut edge to dry a bit. Cut a leaf in parts using a sharp and clean knife. Try to cut at a downward angle, towards the stem. Place cut leaves and soil and roots will grow back in a few days.


00:09 How to grow oranges
00:51 How to propagate a pineapple
01:37 How to grow a watermelon
03:58 Use toilet paper for plants
06:27 Use eggshells as pots for seeds


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