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What Bobby Pins Can Do For Your Garden's Vine Plants
If you have vining plants such as philodendrons, pothos, or climbing hydrangeas, bobby pins can pin and train them to grow thick and healthy, and aid them in self-propagation.
A part of the pruning process for a vine plant is to root the plant back into the pot. Take the bobby pin, open it up, and pin it at the node into the soil.
New roots will take hold and make the plant grow lovely long, trailing vines. You'll be able to see the roots after two weeks, and after three months, you can remove the bobby pins.