How do I take softwood cuttings from ivy?

Answer Prepare CuttingCut a 4-to-6-inch-long piece of stem (including the tip) from a healthy ivy plant, preferably in summer (choose new growth). Use clean pruning shears or a sharp-bladed knife. Keep t... Read More »

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How do i propagate softwood cuttings?

Cutting SelectionEnsure that the parent plant from which you take the cutting is at the softwood stage by bending over a section. If the bent section of plant snaps, then it is at the appropriate s... Read More »

How do i take cuttings from swedish ivy?

PreparationFill a pot with a good-quality commercial potting soil. Moisten the potting soil with a spray bottle so that the soil is damp clear through.CuttingCut a 3-inch to 4-inch stem tip from a ... Read More »

How to Take Cuttings From a Red Tip Photinia?

Red tip photinia (Photinia x fraseri) is named for the bright red growth that appears every spring. The red leaves mature to deep green after two to four weeks. Clusters of white blooms appear on r... 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 »