Added by on 2019-08-13

If you’ve ever wanted to clone plants because you have that PERFECT specimen…say no more. I’ve got you covered. This is a complete tutorial on how to clone your favorite herbs, edibles, houseplants, etc. using an aeroponic system. In this video we’re using the 32-site Low Profile model from EZ Clone, who make my favorite aeroponic propagation systems on the market. LEARN MORE Epic Gardening is much more than a YouTube channel. I have a website with 300+ gardening tutorials as well as a podcast where I release daily gardening tips in five minutes or less. There’s also a Facebook group with over 1,500 other gardeners sharing their tips. → Full Article: → Buy Birdies Raised Beds: → Website: → Podcast: → FB Group: PRODUCTS IN THIS VIDEO → → DONATE If you like my videos, articles, or podcast episodes, please consider supporting on Patreon. For rewards, I’ll answer gardening questions and make videos! → SOCIAL MEDIA → Steemit: → Instagram: → Pinterest: → Facebook: → Twitter: Related PostsHow to Clone any plant for hydroponic or regular gardeningAeroponic 13 Clone System RUNNINGIndoor Gardening Year-Round! Over 100 Edible Plants & Propagating Longevity Spinach360 Degree Aeroponic Spinner Sprayer for DIY and Commercial Clone Machines.How To Hydroponics – S02E10 How To Clone PlantsClone Pepper Plants for Hydroponics

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  • mezleona 1 week ago

    Its lavender color, light purple lol

  • Natalie Dodson 1 week ago

    Hi thanks Kevin another fantastic informative video. I had not even heard of this system. I really look forward to your videos, I always learn something new. Take care happy gardening.

  • Shiva 1 week ago

    Very interesting. What about fruit trees such as the stone fruits? Any chance they could be propagated in this way?

  • JK Learning 1 week ago


  • Marna Lister 1 week ago

    That's really cool. I've had good luck propagating geraniums, actually pelargoniums, in a jar on my kitchen windowsill in plain tap water. It takes a long while for the roots to develop.

  • Carly Beam 1 week ago

    It's purplish, you were right. Super interesting video! Always so helpful and teaching me things I never knew about gardening.

  • moist flops 1 week ago

    get that book from hidden behind that plant 🙂

  • sean aldrich 1 week ago

    I could build this if I could just find a way to mist the water.

  • Lori B 1 week ago

    Orchids! Thank you.

  • Amadeus Glöckner 1 week ago

    I have a rosemary cutting that finally started to root after 2 months! So not all of yours rooting yet doesn't surprise me ^^

  • Heidi Hudgins 1 week ago

    What a cool video! I didn’t know aeroponics were a thing. More!!!

  • Karen F 1 week ago

    Can you describe how/when you’d move the plants into dirt outside? Thx!

  • Muff Flux 1 week ago

    Using the clear one you're likely to get a hell of a lot of algae growth so keep that in mind when setting up.

  • Yaguarnecro 1 week ago

    Pls do a timelapse of growing roots withe very single plant you have XD

  • do rarer plants….some philodendrons…monstera etc…

  • Pam's Pretty Plants 1 week ago

    Some people have water features in their home.
    Some of us have the gentle trickle of the EZcloner