How do I root euonymous cuttings?

Answer PreparationWound the euonymous cuttings by removing the bottom set of leaves and shaving away the outermost layer of bark. The exposed flesh is essential for rooting to take place. Dip the end of... Read More »

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How do I do root cuttings?

A great way to start or add to a garden is to root cuttings from shrubs or trees. This way, if you see a shrub that you just love at your friend's place, you can replicate it at home for your own e... Read More »

How do I root ivy cuttings?

PreparationCut several 6-inch pieces of ivy from an existing plant. Choose young, bright-green portions of the plant. Remove any leaves from the bottom half of the cutting, then dip the bottom half... Read More »

How do I make root cuttings?

Obtain a CuttingTake a 2- to 4-inch cutting of your plant or shrub during late spring and early summer to ensure the shoot is fresh. Young shoots root more easily than older ones. Check to see whet... Read More »

How do I root Camellia cuttings?

Prepare the CuttingDip the open flesh of the cutting in rooting powder. The powder expedites the callusing process of the plant's cells and the Camellia will not root properly until a white callus... Read More »