Can Boxwood Bushes Be Rooted From Branches?

Answer About 70 boxwood shrub species used in landscapes due to their low maintenance. Boxwood shrubs are pruned without damaging the bush. Propagation is through seeds or stem cuttings. Cuttings generate... Read More »

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I have recently rooted some fig branches When is the best time to transplant them from the pot to the ground I live in the Northeast?

Will Boxwood Bushes Do Well in Shady Areas?

Used in American gardens since Colonial times, boxwoods (Buxus spp.) are slow-growing but long-lived evergreens. These finely textured shrubs come in a wide variety of sizes and shapes, and they to... Read More »

If holly bushes have berries in October when should branches be cut for holiday use?

Cutting to soon will almost certainly ensure that the berries fall off. To stop birds eating the berries, and to preserve them on the bushes, put fine-mesh nets over some of the bushes - don't dep... Read More »

Can gardenia plants be rooted from cuttings?

Gardenia plants can be rooted from cuttings. The cutting should be taken from the tip of the branch, preferably no less than five inches in length. Only the top two sets of leaves should be left on... Read More »