The Q&A Archives: Cutting ground

Question: What excatly does it mean when a tree or bush is described with the words

Answer: Ooops! I think you've misread the plant description. "Cutting grown" is a term used on the Monrovia website to describe the propagation method. Plants are either seed grown or cutting grown. Those that are cutting grown will be clones of the parents so any characteristics that the parents have, the cuttings will have, as well. Seed grown plants can be slightly different than their parents. Hope this clarifies things for you!

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