Clone

The plants we offer in this section of our shop are propagated from a cutting taken from our original mother plants, or else one of their direct descendants. This method guarantees the preservation and continuation of the plant’s genetic line, resulting in plants that are genetically identical to the mother plant.

Cloning is a common practice in horticulture, offering a range of benefits. For example, it allows for the meticulous control of the genetic makeup of the plants, ensuring that they will exhibit the same characteristics as the mother plant. This is particularly beneficial in agriculture, where consistency is a crucial factor. For instance, if a farmer wishes to cultivate a specific variety of a crop, they can clone the plants from that variety, ensuring they get the desired outcome.

In contrast, seed-grown plants display a greater degree of variability. When a plant is grown from a seed, it undergoes a process known as genetic recombination. This process involves the mixing of genes from both the parent plant and the pollen, leading to a wide array of genetic combinations. This variability can result in a broader range of traits in the seed-grown plants, but it also means that the characteristics of these plants may not be consistent with those of the parent plant.


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