How to Propagate Coleus from Cuttings with Update


Subscribe and press the bell icon on the Youtube app
and never missed another update from Green Bengal. Hello friends welcome to my channel Green
Bengal I’m Avishek today I am going to show how to propagate Coleus plant from stem cutting. Coleus plant is an evergreen perennial ornamental
beautiful foliage decorative house plant growing up to 3 feet tall. It’s belongs to the family Lamiaceae and Native
to the southeast Asia through to Australia. Coleus plant mainly propagate through seedling
and stem cutting. In this video I am going to show you how to
propagate Coleus plant from stem cutting. First of all cut 3 to 5 inch stem. It is a very softwood plant. Now I’m make potting mix for coleus plant. The ratio of the potting mix is 60% normal
garden soil, 20% vermicompost and 20% fine sand. Mix it well. Take a pot with well drainage system and fill
it with potting mix. Take this coleus cutting and remove this excess
leaves bottom of the stem cutting. Take this cutting and deep into the rooting
powder. It is not mandatory to use rooting powder. It is very easy to grow plant and you can
grow it without any kind of rooting powder. Make some holes into the potting mix with
your finger or any gardening tool. Take this cutting and place into the hole
and press it gently. Finally give some water
and keep it partial shade place. After 3 weeks cutting look like this. Roots are very well developed. Now we transplant into the individual pot. Roots are very well developed. Take two pots with wall drainage system and
fill it with potting mix. Take this coleus plant and planted into the pot. Finally give some water. Hope you enjoy this video, please like my
video and share my video. have you any query please comment me and subscribe
to my channel and click bell icon for latest update. Thank you.

7 thoughts on “How to Propagate Coleus from Cuttings with Update

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *