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    Take clippings from a hearty plant like an ivy and start them in a tin or inexpensive flower pot. (I like the General Foods International Coffee? tins) Make sure you cut with at least a 1″ stem and that there is at least 1 leaf to sustain the clipping until it forms roots.

    Keep the soil moist until rooted.

    Everyone should appreciate a plant, especially if it’s a hearty one. Wandering Jew, Spider plant, Philodendron, Pothos, and most ivy can withstand some neglect, even if your recipient doesn’t have a “green thumb.” –Melissa P.

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