can be propagated via cuttings and seeds. Many choose to propagate it via cuttings, because this plant
roots so easily. Just take a small piece of a woody limb in the spring (when growth hormones are active), dip the cut end into a rooting gel, and plant
the cutting into the soil. It is best to do this
in early spring, so the roots have time to develop and establish before summer. Considering that fresh cuttings don't have roots, it is necessary to supply them regularly with enough water.
Propagating golden dewdrops
from seeds is just as easy and straightforward. Golden dewdrops
seeds can be purchased from your local gardening store or collected from the golden dewdrops
berries in autumn. plant
your seeds in early spring. Make sure to keep the seeds warm and the soil moist at all times. It usually takes between 30 and 60 days for germination to occur.