How to Fix Leggy Plants – Repotting and Taking Cuttings

In this video, we are going to show you two methods to fix your stretched and spindly plants. The first method will entail a simple repotting while the second takes a look at multiplying your plants using cuttings. If you are interested in keeping the info discussed in this video on hand then check out the link to our eBook below.

Introduction 00:00
Why do plants stretch and grow leggy? 00:44
Solution 1: Repotting leggy plants 01:15
Solution 2: Making cuttings from leggy plants 02:39

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