How do I propagate Southern magnolia from cuttings?

Answer Find a branch from the Southern magnolia which isn't too old or too young; one that is flexible but able to snap and break when bent sharply. Make cuttings of 5 inches long.Remove leaves from the l... Read More »

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How to Propagate a Magnolia?

Common in Southern gardens, magnolias are ornamental bushes and trees that liven up the landscape with their showy, fragrant blooms and large, shiny leaves. To include your desired variety of the o... Read More »

How do I start a magnolia from cuttings?

Cut a 4- to 6-inch stem section of recent growth from the magnolia plant, preferably between July and early September. Remove the leaves from the bottom half, as well as any flowers or buds.Dip the... Read More »

How do i propagate fig cuttings?

Propagate a fig tree by cutting a stem off an older fig tree. Fig trees are easily propagated and are often traditionally passed on from family to family in some cultures. Cut a branch approximatel... Read More »

How do i propagate saucer magnolia trees?

PrepLook over your saucer magnolia tree. Choose branches grown in the last year or two that are long enough to touch the ground without stressing the branch. You will be propagating by air layering... Read More »