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I prefer simple methods and have had great luck by digging up a chunk of the creeper vine showing healthy growth and including a small peice of the root, and the root end into a hole about 4-5" deep and fill with mud, keep moist (not soggy) and wait. I can ususally see new growth in a month or so. The mature vine by nature will root its "creepers" at various points, those "legs" are great for transplanting. I use a light B12 liquid mix around the garden so that helps with new rooting as well but be careful is easy to overdose and burn some plants. Good luck!

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