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I have just stumbled on an excellent website on fuchsias, particularly very detailed info on how to take cuttings, this just for those who aren't experiences "cutting takers", like me. http://www.fuchsiaflower.co.uk/cuttingspage.htm Sue that's a
When is the best time to plant rhisomes taken from an existing plant.shoukld they be placed directly in the garden or potted up in the greenhouse. I tried last year with no success. Any advice would be appreciated.
I have been asked to cut down a snake bark after tree because it looks infected with a disease that is slowly killing off the leaves and then the branches Why is this happening ?? Does anyone know how to successfully take cuttings from the good
're considering moving next year and want to take cuttings to take it with us (as we're now quite attached to it due to the effort we've put in!). Does anyone know how and when to take cuttings from a clematis such as this? Hope someone can help! This is from a GW
led to the conclusion that this tree is an Elderberry, a hidden gem that I thought I had killed! As I am not allowed to dig it up I wondered if I could perhaps take a hardwood cutting from it before I prune it back now all the leaves have fallen from
black. Is this normal? Any advice on how to make this sucessful? Hello rootbeer, When I've taken cuttings from these plants I tend to take them with an aerial root attached. Thats the brown root that comes from the stems, these roots grow downwards
I have just planted up my hanging baskets with trailing fuschia's and trailing geraniums and verbena, just wondered if I could take some cuttings and over winter them so I have a ready supply for next year as I spent a fortune to do by baskets
Hi Adam when I take my dogs for a walk up the golf course I always walk next to the bushes as it cut down the wind speed and always feels warm than walking down the fairways,There must be savings to be made by over insulating the out side of a
My helychryssum limelight looks very good & I want to make sure it survives over winter. It's in a large pot & sheltered by large evergreen bushes on the back patio. I do live by the sea on the Forth but it is sheltered.
Is it possible to take cuttings from a Tamarix shrub?