layering, horticultural practice of propagating a plant by rooting a branch before severing it from the mother plant. Typically the branch is bent and a section that has been slit or broken on the underside is covered with soil and held in place by means of stakes or pins. - read more
lay·er·ing (l r-ng) also lay·er·age (-j) n. The process of rooting branches, twigs, or stems that are still attached to a parent plant, as by placing a specially treated part in moist soil. - read more
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