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 RUNNINGDIY Water Bottle Hydroponic System for Propagating and Herbs360 Degree Aeroponic Spinner Sprayer for DIY and Commercial Clone Machines.Indoor Gardening Year-Round! Over 100 Edible Plants & Propagating Longevity SpinachHow to Clone Cannabis Plants (100% SUCCESS RATE!)

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  • mezleona 11 months ago

    Its lavender color, light purple lol

  • Natalie Dodson 11 months 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.

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

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  • Marna Lister 11 months 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 11 months ago

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

  • moist flops 11 months ago

    get that book from hidden behind that plant 🙂

  • sean aldrich 11 months ago

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

  • Lori B 11 months ago

    Orchids! Thank you.

  • Amadeus Glöckner 11 months 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 11 months ago

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

  • Karen F 11 months ago

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

  • Muff Flux 11 months 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 11 months 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 11 months ago

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