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Creating an air layering cutting for a room tree.

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  Having a small tree in a room, as a centerpiece, focal point, or accent, is a fairly simple and elegant interior design aspiration to implement, according to taste. It can give a room a formal feel, as an uncommon sort of feature that guests and visitors would encounter, at this point in time (Winter, 2021 A.D.). Whereas, in many climates, winter would ostensibly equate to a dormancy period in much of the vegetative plant growth and forestry, whether it be civic accommodations of plant life, lining the streets, or our nations’ local, state, or federal parks, here, in Los Angeles, CA, and in surrounding areas, we experience a fairly mild winter; here, the lows had recently gotten to about 46° Fahrenheit. This affords us an opportunity to appreciate a much broader range of plants, from all of the seven continents, with a specialty towards hosting plant life from sub-tropical and Mediterranean sorts of climate conditions.  As I was traversing the lands, here, in greater Los Angeles, rec