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Ask a Master Gardener: Take cuttings now for new plants next spring

COLEUS, BEGONIAS AND mums are among several types of “tender perennials” from which gardeners can take cuttings to root over the winter to grow new plants for spring planting. photo / Deborah J. Benoit

Summer ends and all those lovely annuals we’ve grown so fond of will soon come to an end, too. But it doesn’t have to be.

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