Posted: 07/06/2015 at 10:54
I'm planning to try some clematis cuttings and I know there's lots of experience on here, so rather than just hoping for the best I thought I'd pick some brains ...
Where's the best place to put them to root?
- Shady windowsill indoors
- Mini-wooden greenhouse against east-facing house wall - doors and top open most of the time.
- Shady northfacing corner outside
Is a plastic bag over the top secured by rubber band a good idea, or a plastic cover or what do you find best?
I'm planning to use 50/50 cuttings compost and horticultural grit.