Earlier this semester I had experimented with propagation. After a few weeks of hanging out in the green house, the little plants finally grew some roots and are ready to be transplanted into pots. While in the green house, all the plants were planted together in one large tray. Now they are ready to each get a pot of their own. Although a couple plants didn't make it (mostly the Esperanza), we still had roughly 10 plants ready to be transplanted. The sage plants did the best in terms of looks and survival rate. and It was a very simple process. All I did was gently remove the little plants and place them into bigger pots packed with potting soil. Once all of them were planted, they were taken back into the green house. Once they get bigger and stronger, they will be transplanted on to the farm. Stay tuned for Part III of Propagation...