Can all trees grow from cuttings?

Answer Yes, all trees can grow from cuttings. The success rate from cuttings is better than half--60 to 70 percent. Most trees fall under the hardwood cuttings category and should usually be taken in the ... Read More »

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How to Grow Olive Trees From Cuttings?

The olive is an extremely long-lived tree in the Mediterranean. Some trees that still bear fruit today are thought to be over 2,000 years old. Although the olive tree may be propagated from seed,... Read More »

How do I grow pine trees from cuttings?

Take CuttingsIdentify a stem of less than one year of age that is on a main branch. Make the cutting from the tip of the stem. Cut a 4- to 10-inch section from the tip. The larger the cutting is, t... Read More »

How to Grow Leyland Cypress Trees From Cuttings?

Growing any tree from stem cuttings is a form of cloning. Cloning a Leyland cypress is a method of reproducing a true copy from the parent plant. The Leyland cypress is a favorite with Christmas tr... Read More »

How to Take Cuttings From Bay Trees?

The bay tree, or Laurus nobilis, is an evergreen tree or shrub that is slow growing. Typically the tree does not grow more than 1 foot per year. The tree can reach about 20 feet high. The bay tree ... Read More »