he soil so it is close against the stems. (I've probably put too many cuttings in this small pot). * Cover with a plastic vegie bag, tuck it in around the bottom and put the pot in a shady but warm place. * Check every so often. Some of the cuttings will die and rot and need to be removed. Same with some of the leaves will usually fall off. If the pot seems dry top up the water.
Use some fabric, buttons and ribbon to spice up an old wooden frame. -supplies 1. Fabric and or buttons or ribbon (I used burlap and some scrap fabric then a found some cute buttons. I thought afterward you could probably use ribbon too!) 2. Rubber cement to glue fabric and other stuff down (make sure you don't wrap the fabric all the way around or the glass won't fit. I used a toothpick and dipped it in the glue then put the glue on the sides and cut pieces of fabric and glued it…
If you're already a fan of pork chops and pork tenderloin, it's time to get acquainted with pork loin roast. Don't be put off by its larger size — the loin roast is just as tender and mild as the lean cuts you're already familiar with, and it's pretty easy to cook. From buying a pork loin roast to the prep and cooking that happens before it hits your table, here's what you need to know to master this cut of meat.
If you're trying to plant a cutting, you can give your plants a headstart with a little rooting hormone, or a medicinal dip you add to the root to prevent disease and infection while your cutting is taking root. If you don't have any rooting hormone handy, a quick dip in a little cinnamon will do the trick just as nicely, according to the folks at All Things Plants.