Written by Maggie
Jan 27 2021
Coral bell is a plant with beautiful leaves and is popular with many flower lovers. It is a Coral bell, and with a little attention, it can be a beautiful Coral bell. Coral bell is most commonly propagated by cuttings, but it can also be propagated by seeding, sowing, splitting, and tissue culture. So how does Coral bell propagate?
Coral bell can also be propagated by sowing. Sowing propagation of coral bell needs to use seeds, and the propagation cycle is relatively long, so propagation or to cutting.
To propagate, Coral bell seeds are planted in the soil and lightly covered with soil.
Cutting propagation is a common method for Coral bell propagation, usually by leaf insertion.
Coral bell is propagated from cuttings. Its advantage is that it can propagate fast and several new plants can be propagated at one time.
Note that when Coral bell is propagated from cuttings, relatively complete and healthy leaves should be selected, and the substrate for cuttings should be breathable and maintain a certain humidity. Cuttings should pay attention to ventilation and shading.
Coral bell will grow larger and fuller after a period of growth, just like a bursting basin. Seeing the plump size of the Coral bell, many florists must have been tempted to branch it.
Coral bell can propagate by division. Coral bell division propagation is in spring and autumn after bursting. Dig out the plants of Coral bell and gently divide them into several clumps. Be careful not to damage the root system when dividing the plants. Just sort out the small plants divided into Coral bell and plant them separately in pots.
Coral bell can be propagated by tissue culture, but relatively speaking, tissue culture propagation of coral bell is not the preferred method of propagation.