Posted: 30/10/2013 at 17:52
Most hardwood cuttings root well in the garden, in a sheltered, shady spot where the soil is well drainedby not dry.
Otherwise, all the cuttings need is something they can stand up in, where they can get enough moisture and which is not too compacted. They do not need food. So, half peat, half sharp sand/grit would do fine.