Rooting cuttings - Knowledgebase Question

West Palm Beach, Fl
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Question by debihiatt
July 1, 2010
I would like to plant seagrape bushes along my fence of 200'. I'm going to use cuttings from the seagrapes already established throught my property. Will these cuttings take root or would I be wasting my time and energy?

Answer from NGA
July 1, 2010
Seagrape bushes are easy to root so you should be successful. Just plunge the cuttings into moist soil and keep the soil moist. You'll know they've rooted when you see new growth. You won't have 100 per cent success, but you'll get close. Best wishes with your project!

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