Mint Cuttings 4 Weeks Later

By iCultivate in General 91 views 8th September 2019 Video Duration: 00:03:08
Several weeks ago we started the process of taking cuttings from a mint plant. Four weeks later, Steve revisits these cuttings to see how well they have deve...

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