Can a seedling pear tree root from cuttings?

Answer It is possible for pear trees to root from cuttings, however they do not always produce the fruit-bearing type of plants. The Gardener's Network recommends propagating pear trees from seeds.Source:... Read More »

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How do I root a cutting from a pear tree?

PreparationPrepare either a pot or location in the ground for the cutting. For a pot, use an equal mix of sterilized compost and perlite or vermiculite. Mix compost into the ground for direct plant... Read More »

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How do I root tree cuttings?

Cut Off BranchCut a limb between 12 and 48 inches long. Trim off the tip and the end of the branch so that at least three leaf buds are still on the cutting and the cutting is at least 6 inches lon... Read More »

How do I root cuttings from lavender?

Prepare the CuttingBreak or cut a branch from the mother plant that is 4 to 8 inches long. Remove the leaves toward the lower end, and clip any already budding flower heads off. Dip the end of the ... Read More »