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Question: I have a beautiful wisteria growing in the back corner of my yard. I would like to take some cuttings from it to root and plant against an arbor I have elsewhere in the yard. Will this be easy to do, or am I wasting my time to try? How do I go about doing this? Thanks for any help you can give me on this.

Answer: Karen,

You can root wisteria from cuttings. The following web site provides info on how to root shrubs:

Another option for better success rates is to tip layer the plant. See the section on Simple Layering in the above web site.

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