How to Take Hardwood Cuttings
If you love a particular shrub in your yard, why not have more of it? Given the right conditions, many plants will root from stem cuttings in spring or summer, or in winter from pieces of root.
- Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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For plants such as rock rose, Russian sage and santolina, plant cuttings in pots of well-drained soil. Trim cuttings to 3–4 inches long and plant with the top bud exposed. Protect from frost by placing pots in a cold frame or unheated greenhouse until spring. Plant in fall once rooted.
Excerpted from How to Grow Practically Everything
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Given the right conditions, plants can be rooted from stem cuttings in spring or summer, or in late winter from pieces of root.