If you want fast results and successful propagation, try growing these 5 herbs from cuttings. By doing so, you may simply multiply them into an endless tasty supply of fresh aromatic sprigs for your kitchen.
Here are the top five herbs for growing from cuttings:
Botanical Name: Ocimum basilicum
While basil can be grown quickly from seeds, it can be grown much faster from cuttings. Just clip off a few healthy stems and leaves about 4 to 5 inches long from just below a leaf node, and then plant them in regular soil or a seed starting mix.
Within a month, it will grow into a new plant. You can also try growing basil cuttings in water if you like. It works!
Take care not to cut stems that already have flowers on them.