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Plant cuttings from street

Postby apekshamehta27 » Sun, 17 Feb 2019 6:22 pm

Hi, this is my first time here. I have recently shifted to Singapore. I love plants espywith big leaves. I saw a small plant with a beautiful pattern on road side near where I stay. Is it ok to cut a part of it for propagation. It's not private home owners property. It's near a condo.

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Re: Plant cuttings from street

Postby x9200 » Tue, 19 Feb 2019 6:13 pm

apekshamehta27 wrote:Hi, this is my first time here. I have recently shifted to Singapore. I love plants espywith big leaves. I saw a small plant with a beautiful pattern on road side near where I stay. Is it ok to cut a part of it for propagation. It's not private home owners property. It's near a condo.

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I wouldn't do that. The fact it's not within a private property doesn't mean it is free to cut and I've never seen people doing anything like this.

Why don't you go to one of these nurseries (plenty around) and find this plant over there? Small local plants will cost you a few dollars only.

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Re: Plant cuttings from street

Postby apekshamehta27 » Tue, 19 Feb 2019 6:40 pm

x9200 wrote:
apekshamehta27 wrote:Hi, this is my first time here. I have recently shifted to Singapore. I love plants espywith big leaves. I saw a small plant with a beautiful pattern on road side near where I stay. Is it ok to cut a part of it for propagation. It's not private home owners property. It's near a condo.

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I wouldn't do that. The fact it's not within a private property doesn't mean it is free to cut and I've never seen people doing anything like this.

Why don't you go to one of these nurseries (plenty around) and find this plant over there? Small local plants will cost you a few dollars only.
Ok. Will do so

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