You Can also Propagate Petunias At Home Very Easily. In This Post We will See How To Grow Petunia Plants From Cuttings, Step by Step.
Season To Grow Petunias:-
First of All It is Very Important To Grow Petunia Plants From Cuttings, In Their Season. Proper Seasoning Helps in Better Results, & as Petunia Plant is a Winter Flowering Plant, That Means You Should Propagate Petunia Cuttings in Winters Or in Springs.
For an Out Of Season Propagation, You Need a Poly house & Controlled Environment. So It Will be Much Better & Easier, If You Propagate Petunias In Springs.
Another Thing You Need is a Good Medium, Because It Plays a Really Big Role To Maintain an Ideal Moisture Level. Petunia Plants Can be planted In any Type of Mixture, But For Their Cuttings You Should Use a Well Draining Mix, That also Hold Some Moisture in It.
Now Its Time To Take Cuttings From Our Mature Petunia Plant. For The Cuttings, You Have To Take around 2 Inches Of a Branch With 2 to 3 Nodes. node is The Area From Where The Leaf Grow.
So Here We have Our Cutting Ready To Plant, This Way You Can Take Multiple Cuttings & Half Cut Their Leaves. I am Using a Professional Mixture To Plant These Cuttings, You can Also Check it Out From Here.
Simply Put Your Cuttings In The Medium Around an Inch Deep. Water Well & That’s It.
You Can Place This Pot in a Shade, Where the Sunlight Cant Reach.
After 10 Days….
After Around 10 Days Of Growing petunia Cuttings, We Have A Few New Leaves & Very Tiny Roots At The Bottom Of Our Container. Here We Wait for a Little While & Then We Put It in a New Container.
After 14 Days….
After around 14 Days, Now Our Plants Are Ready To Go in a New Space. After Removing The Pot, This Is The Final look of Our Petunia Roots. Every Cutting Have Some Roots, & Now We Can Give Them a New Container.
For The Pot, I am using a Small Plastic Container, With a Loose Soil Mix In it. Make a Deep Hole & Now You can Put Your Petunia Roots In This Hole.
Cover The Roots Well & Press Gently. Add Some Moisture In The Soil & This Way You Can Plant all Our Propagated Cuttings. But Make Sure You are Placing them in a Bright Shade For The Next Few Days, & Then Move in a Sunny area.
After 28 Days….
After Around a Couple of Weeks, Now Our Plants Are Big Enough To show us Some Blooms. Here You Should Fertilize Them a Little.
So Here is The Final Look of Our Petunia Cuttings, They have Some Flowers On them & Are Growing Really Well. It Is Ok To Propagate Petunia Plants This Way, But To Get Them on Such Blooming, You Have To Follow Up Some Care Tips, That I have Described In This Guide. Must Check It Out.