Learn how to grow Sweet Potato Vines From Tubers and turn them into a great garden cover or ornamental pots and baskets.
Did you know that you can grow stunning Sweet Potato Plants quickly and easily?
There’s a reason that this plant is crazy popular. It grows like topsy and has a wonderful bright green ornamental leaf. It can be used for ground cover, to add splashes of color to spots in your garden, and they look particularly good in hanging baskets. We’re sure that you will agree there’s plenty to love when it comes to this unique and hightly versatile plant.
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There are two ways to get your plants started. You can propagate the cuttings in water or soil. We have included a video tutorial in our post that shows you both of these methods. You can try them both out and monitor the results.
Start by taking your cutting from an existing plant below the leaf node (which is where the leaf grows out of the main stem).
Be sure to use a clean pair of scissors – rubbing alcohol will work well for this. Next, you will need to remove all the leaves so that the new roots can grow effectively.
Pop the cuttings in a jar of warm water. It is recommended that you keep the jar in a slightly shaded area for around a week. Your cutting will be ready to plant out when the roots are about 3 inches long.
Grow Sweet Potato Vines From Tubers Video
You can also cover your Sweet Potato in Soil and water regularly. As mentioned previously, the above video addresses both methods. To watch the video, click play ⇑
Sweet Potato Vines via Empress of Dirt
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