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Gardening column: Multiplying plants by air layering



Sorry for missing a couple of weeks. Blame the day job and a ton of personal chores, as well as the Pendleton King Park Plant Sale, which was a huge success this year and scads of fun.

The gardening chore list has been sadly neglected meanwhile. What should have been done in early spring should ...

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  1. Good article- I learned air layering from Augusta’s
    long time expert, Jim Stutts. He was our neighbor for over 25 years. Yard filled with beautiful camellias and most of us have several of his plants in our yards. Sylvia Cooper wrote about him in her most recent column.

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